Items Tagged with 'Old National Bank'


Bank appoints CEO and CFO

January 18, 2019
A bank with a West Michigan presence is shuffling its executive team as its current CEO retires. Read More

Downtown hosting Asian-Pacific Festival

May 31, 2018
A festival celebrating Asian culture is returning to downtown Grand Rapids. Read More

Bank appoints SVP of commercial banking

April 26, 2018
A bank with a West Michigan presence has promoted an executive to oversee the region’s commercial lending team. Read More

Change Ups: Foundation awards GED program $7,500 grant

September 23, 2016
Heartside Ministry received $7,500 to spur its General Education Development program from Old National Bank’s philanthropic arm, the Old National Bank Foundation, which has awarded more than $10 million in grants to nonprofits the past 10 years. Read More

Bank names Grand Rapids president

August 8, 2016
A bank looking to further establish its presence in West Michigan has named a banker with more than 38 years of Grand Rapids experience as its president of the region. Read More

Bank builds West Michigan HQ

May 24, 2016
A bank that entered West Michigan in 2013 is building a new headquarters to better serve the region. Read More

Change Ups: Foundation elects chair, vice chair, trustee

January 15, 2016
Grand Rapids Community Foundation is starting 2016 with a new board chair and vice chair and a new trustee. Read More

Indiana bank expands West Michigan holdings with $88.2M acquisition

July 28, 2014
An Evansville, Ind. financial services holding company is continuing its expansion strategy into Michigan with the pending $88.2-million acquisition of a Grand Rapids-based banking organization. Read More

Indiana bank crosses the line

Old National Bank bought 24 Bank of America locations, some in southwest Michigan.

September 13, 2013
Old National Bank, a $9.7 billion, 178-year-old business that is the largest bank headquartered in Indiana, recently completed its acquisition of 24 retail bank branches it bought from Bank of America earlier this year. Read More