Lee S. Jackson, collector-treasurer for Boston, is expected to be appointed by President Bill Clinton today to a senior post at the Bank for European Reconstruction and Development in London, according to several sources.

Jackson, 35, has served as treasurer since August 1988, when he was appointed to the post by former Mayor Raymond L. Flynn. He is expected to join the bank at the end of September.

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