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Bank appoints SVP of commercial banking

April 26, 2018
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Drew Ysseldyke
Drew Ysseldyke. Courtesy Old National Bank

A bank with a West Michigan presence has promoted an executive to oversee the region’s commercial lending team.

Evansville, Indiana-based Old National Bank said this month it appointed Drew Ysseldyke to SVP of commercial banking for West Michigan.

“Drew’s leadership over the years has been outstanding," said David Dams, West Michigan region president, Old National Bank. "There is no finer representative of our culture and values.”

Ysseldyke will be responsible for overseeing the West Michigan commercial lending team at the Old National Bank West Michigan Regional Headquarters in Grand Rapids and serving the Grand Rapids and lakeshore markets.

“I am excited by the opportunity and look forward to growing the Old National brand in West Michigan,” Ysseldyke said.

Ysseldyke's background

Ysseldyke brings more than two decades of banking experience to his new role.

He joined Old National Bank in 2015 as a VP.

Previously, he was a VP at Fifth Third Bank and at PNC Financial Services Group.

Ysseldyke was also an assistant vice president of commercial loans at Macatawa Bank and a senior credit analyst at Huntington Bank.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance and economics from Hope College in 1997.

Ysseldyke is a volunteer for Junior Achievement and serves on the board of the Hudsonville Public Schools Education Foundation and the Hudsonville Area Arts Council. 

Old National

Old National Bancorp (Nasdaq: ONB) is the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana, with $17.5 billion in assets.

It is the holding company for Old National Bank, founded in 1834.

The bank’s footprint includes Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.

It offers retail and commercial banking, wealth management, investment and brokerage services.

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