Law360 (December 19, 2018, 8:03 PM EST) -- New York’s top banking and insurance regulator, Maria T. Vullo, announced Wednesday that she has decided to leave the New York Department of Financial Services on Feb. 1, ending a nearly three-year tenure that was marked by various consumer protection efforts.
Since she was named DFS Superintendent in 2016, Vullo implemented first-of-their-kind cybersecurity rules, secured significant settlements from Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse resolving allegations about their foreign exchange trading businesses, and levied fines against banks accused of violating sanctions and anti-money laundering laws, including a $420 million penalty against Societe Generale SA.
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