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Our mission, vision and values are focused on helping our clients and communities thrive.

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    With deep roots as a trusted partner, we invest our time, heart and expertise so that our clients and communities thrive.

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    To be the bank of choice that helps our clients fulfill their dreams, passionately supports our communities, and invests in the growth and development of our team members.

The Culture at Old National
We are firmly rooted in our core values.

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    Trusted and Authentic

    • We act in the best interest of our clients and team members.
    • We align our actions with our words, promises, and commitments.
    • We do the right thing and stand up for what is right.
    • We communicate transparently, with openness, honesty, and conviction.
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    Courageously Embrace Our Differences

    • We create an environment where people can be their entire, authentic selves.
    • We treat all people and ideas with respect and dignity.
    • We listen, actively seeking to incorporate diverse/different viewpoints in decision-making.
    • We leverage our individuality and differences to create a sense of belonging.
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    Consistently Delivering Our Best

    • We are passionate about serving our clients and each other and go above and beyond to fulfill needs.
    • We set the bar high for performance, then strive to exceed it.
    • We have a bias for action, take initiative and own our results.
    • We are persistent and determined in the face of challenges.
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    Better Together

    • We develop strong, positive relationships with clients, across the organization, and in our communities.
    • We openly receive and provide feedback to create an environment where everyone can be their best.
    • We work together and win as one team.
    • We are committed to the greater good.
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    Spirit of Possibilities

    • We meet every opportunity with a positive, ‘can do’ attitude.
    • We celebrate our successes.
    • We assume positive intent in others and practice appreciation and gratitude.
    • We have fun along the way and encourage others to do the same.
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    Resourceful and Innovative

    • We are fast, nimble, flexible and adapt as needed.
    • We encourage ideas that add value and respond to the changing needs of our clients and communities.
    • We are open to change that prepares us for the future.
    • We remain curious and continuously learn, striving to be better every day.
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    At Old National, we are committed to promoting diversity in every aspect of our company, including our partners.

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