CHICAGO — Former Chicago Comptroller Amer Ahmad – who faces federal corruption charges stemming from role as deputy Ohio Treasurer -- played no role in city bond underwriting assignments, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration said Friday.

Ahmad also did not attempt to steer city underwriting business to firms where his boss in Ohio, Kevin Boyce, worked as a public finance banker after his term as treasurer ended in early 2011, Emanuel spokeswoman Sarah Hamilton said.

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