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Matt Kavanaugh

Matt Kavanaugh

Private Banker, VP

Office Phone: 269-459-0453

Old National Wealth Management

5003 Century Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49006

About Matt

With more than 25 years of financial services experience throughout Southwest Michigan and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame in business administration with an MBA from Ferris State University, Matt offers a broad range of financial and business expertise. Working with experts throughout Old National, Matt is your single point of contact for financial solutions tailored just for you.

Matt is a native to the Kalamazoo community where he continues to reside. He has always been deeply committed to his community, currently serving on the board of Ascension Borgess Hospital Foundation and on the advisory board of the Diocese of Kalamazoo.  In the past, Matt has served on the board of Junior Achievement, the Notre Dame Club of Kalamazoo, United Way, Kalamazoo Children’s Chorus, AYSO Soccer and Rotary International.

Local partnership, with superior expertise

At Old National, you will discover a more refined Private Banking experience. You have specific needs and goals. Planning for both requires careful devotion and local support, enhanced with well-deserved privileges. We listen carefully, and work closely with you to ensure you receive the highest level of personalized service. You will never be just another number. Your private banker collaborates with a team of specialists who understand your needs, thoughtfully developing financial solutions to help you realize your goals.

Private Banker Jessica Klepfer with client

More than 185 years of experience; sharing a vision

Old National is passionate about developing relationships with our clients; we understand how hard you have worked to achieve your goals.

Stability is deeply valued around here. It’s the reason Old National has flourished for so many years. We are dedicated to building equally solid legacies for our clients, and the communities where we work and live.

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