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Christopher Dodd, chairman of the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs and a significant player in the shaping of US over-the-counter derivatives legislation, will retire from the Senate next year.

After two years at the helm of the banking committee and 30 years as senator for Connecticut, Dodd announced yesterday he would not stand for re-election and would leave both posts in January 2011. As the chair of the committee, Dodd has played a major role in the creation of new

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