The expected nomination of John D. Hawke Jr. to be the 28th comptroller of the currency is attracting bipartisan support in the Senate and enthusiastic backing from the banking industry.

Administration sources said that Mr. Hawke, Treasury under secretary for domestic finance since 1995, is President Clinton's choice to succeed Eugene A. Ludwig, whose five-year term ended April 3. An announcement is expected from the White House within weeks.

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