For Maria Vullo, being both pro-business and pro-consumer is part of the job as the state’s superintendent of banks and insurance companies.

“They don’t have to conflict,” she said of the dual roles. “I think it is part of my job to ensure the safety and soundness of the financial services industry and for it to prosper. I also think my job is to make sure that the contracts and promises that they make to people, that they are going to meet those promises.”

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