After five months of waiting, Treasury official John D. Hawke Jr. starts work today as comptroller of the currency.

Mr. Hawke, who received a recess appointment Monday from President Clinton, was scheduled to be sworn in late Tuesday by Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin at a private ceremony. The new comptroller planned to move into his new office this morning.

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