The Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday on the nomination of John D. Hawke Jr. as comptroller of the currency.

The committee will vote at an unspecified date on whether to approve Mr. Hawke's nomination, a Senate Banking spokesman said. President Clinton tapped Mr. Hawke, the Treasury Department's under secretary for domestic finance, in July to be the top regulator of national banks.

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