Law360, New York (June 5, 2015, 6:18 PM EDT) -- New York Superintendent of Financial Services Benjamin M. Lawsky caught the attention of the industries he oversees and the public by bringing high-profile enforcement actions, but his less heralded work in banking, insurance, consumer protection and virtual currency regulations also will leave a lasting mark.
Benjamin Lawsky plans to step down from New York's Department of Financial Services this month. (Credit: AP) By their nature, the rule-making and supervisory processes are slower and do not demand the headlines that the bold and aggressive enforcement actions that became the calling card for Lawsky and the Department of Financial Services do. But in the...
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