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Why Old National

A message from our CEO

We look forward to welcoming you

Over the weekend of April 25-27, our partnership with Tower Bank was completed. On behalf of all our associates, I welcome you as an Old National client. We think you will find banking at Old National to be very familiar and comfortable.

Tower and Old National share much in common including a passion for service and a commitment to community engagement. Our new partnership can only lead to one thing: banking made better!

Like Tower, Old National is an Indiana bank. We were founded 180 years ago in Evansville, Indiana, to serve the needs of local families and businesses. Today, we are the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana, yet we remain very much a community bank focused on exceeding your expectations.

As an Old National client, you now have access to a broad range of products and services, from personal and business banking to insurance and investments. You can also enjoy the convenience of mobile banking, as well as more than 160 banking centers and an extensive ATM network across Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Kentucky.

You will discover the same high level of personalized service that was a hallmark at Tower. All of us, including many familiar faces from the Tower team, will take time to understand your financial needs and provide the best solutions for you.

If you have questions or want to know about other product options, please visit any banking center or call our Client Care team at 1-800-319-2664. We are committed to making your transition easy and are working hard to earn the privilege of being your bank for life.

 

Sincerely,

Bob Jones, Old National President and CEO

The closing of the merger of Tower into Old National is subject to the approval from applicable regulatory authorities, as well as the satisfaction of customary closing conditions. We will notify you in the event there are any changes to the transition timeline.