The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta promoted Larry Schulz to vice president and Julius Weyman and Susan Robertson to assistant vice presidents in the retail payments office.
Mr. Schulz is responsible for moving the interdistrict transportation system from Boston to Atlanta.
Mr. Weyman will manage daily operations and oversee the system's staff, and Ms. Robertson will oversee the retail payments office's price and product approval and strategic development for the system.
Mr. Schulz was assistant vice president of the Atlanta Fed's statistical reports department. Earlier he had been the bank's director of public information.
Mr. Weyman had been an officer in the operations and payment systems division.
Before that he managed the electronic payments department and was promoted to financial services director.
Ms. Robertson was a customer relations coordinator when she transferred to the Atlanta bank from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, where she had been an assistant vice president in its Portland, Ore., branch.