In 1357 DR, Rezim proposed to directly sell slaves to the nobles instead of leasing them from the temples. He argued that without the temples' intervention slavery would become more efficient but critics said it was a political action to please the landowners that had placed him in power. Pharaoh Horustep III disagreed with Rezim and his influence started to decline.
Rezim was well known for his cunning and his ruthlessness. However, he valued loyalty to him above all. His latest proposal bordered megalomania.
Rezim was the uncle of Horustep III.