After helping banks weather the financial crisis and oversee the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), Richard Neiman is expected to step down as New York banking superintendent in April.

Neiman, who has been at the department for four years while also serving on TARP's Congressional Oversight Panel for the past two, said it is time to move on.

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