Linda Lacewell, the newly confirmed superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services, plans to use her position as head of one of the world’s leading financial regulators to further strengthen the agency’s work protecting consumers, she said in an interview.

Lacewell, speaking exclusively with the New York Law Journal, said she expects the agency’s role as a national leader on consumer protection to grow while she’s at the helm.

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