Former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt told the Evening Standard that the "insurance scandal is really far more pernicious than almost any other scandal of this decade."

Levitt was referring to the investigation by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and at least three other states into contingent commissions or placement service agreements.

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