Capital One (COF), Nationstar (NSM) and Flagstar Bancorp (FBC) are among 10 banks and servicers that have been slow to process payouts of insurance claims to homeowners hit by Hurricane Sandy, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo charged on Tuesday.

The state's Department of Financial Services said that the firms are withholding roughly $41 million in proceeds paid to policyholders by insurers based on claims for damage caused by the storm.

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