The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has put Scott H. Dake in charge of its role in the Federal Reserve System's check standardization effort.
Mr. Dake was promoted to senior vice president and project director, from vice president responsible for check operations.
He joined the Minneapolis bank in 1981 as a senior financial analyst. Later he moved to the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Va., where he was vice president of Federal Reserve automation services.
The Minneapolis Fed also promoted Sam Gane and Thomas H. Turner to vice presidencies.
Mr. Gane, a 25-year employee, was named manager of the branch in Helena, Mont. He had been its assistant manager since 1990.
Mr. Turner was promoted to vice president for the Federal Reserve System's savings bond automation project. He is a 23-year veteran of the bank and had been assistant vice president of securities and fiscal services since 1990.