WASHINGTON - The White House will soon nominate a replacement for controversial National Credit Union Administration director Robert Swan, whose six-year appointment ended last week, industry and agency sources said.

President Clinton is expected to choose a candidate this month, and a confirmation hearing for the Democratic seat could be held by the Senate Banking Committee in September, an agency source said.

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