New York Superintendent of Financial Services decried "perverse incentives" in the force-placed insurance market on Thursday and recommended banning insurers from the standard practice of making payments to referring banks.

The comments came during Lawsky's opening remarks for what is scheduled to be three days of hearings on the force-placed insurance market.

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