Linda Lacewell was confirmed Thursday evening as the new superintendent of the state Department of Financial Services, the agency that regulates financial institutions in New York and enforces the state’s banking and insurance laws.

The State Senate, after a long day of negotiations and voting on other matters, officially confirmed Lacewell to the position after she was nominated earlier this year by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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