WASHINGTON - Deputy Treasury Secretary Frank Newman, the banking industry's most valued ally within the Clinton administration, resigned yesterday to return to the private sector.

Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin said President Clinton will nominate Lawrence Summers, under secretary for international affairs, as Mr. Newman's successor. Mr. Newman said he will stay on until Mr. Summers is confirmed by the Senate.

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