WASHINGTON - William J. Rainer, the new chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, will leave the over-the-counter derivatives market alone, a policy that the banking industry has been demanding since last year.

The agency, which oversees publicly traded futures and options tied to financial products or commodities but does not regulate these derivatives, invited three dozen industry officials and other experts to air their views at a half-day roundtable last week.

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