About Old National Bank
It started on the shore of the Ohio River in 1834, in one small room at the heart of what would eventually become Evansville, Indiana. That first Old National Bank (as it would later be known) provided financial solutions for community residents, local merchants and even those passing through. New loans allowed families to realize their dreams, and businesses grew.
Old National grew, too, and soon would successfully navigate the difficult periods that forced many other banks to close, including the Panic of 1837 and the 1929 Wall Street crash that ushered in The Great Depression. Through it all, Old National remained strong… Continue reading about Old National Bank here
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