The man credited with overhauling Philadelphia's struggling Regent National Bank left his post on Monday, saying the bank no longer needs him.

John J. Lyons, considered one of the community banking industry's top turnaround artists, stepped down as Regent's president and chief executive officer after six months on the job, saying he had made good on his pledge to set things right within that time.

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