CHICAGO — Chicago Comptroller Amer Ahmad will leave city government next month to return to the private sector after serving for a little over two years in a key fiscal role in Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration.

Emanuel announced Ahmad's departure in a statement, thanking him for his service.

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