Agence France-PresseJuly 23, 2013 14:05
Deputy Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin, who helped steer the US economy through the Great Recession and financial reforms, will step down next month, the Treasury Department on Tuesday.
Wolin, 51, has served more than four years in the administration of President Barack Obama.
He will step down at the end of August, the Treasury said in a statement.
The Treasury had previously announced Wolin would stay through a period of transition after Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew took office in late February.