Old National Bancorp to Present at the 2012 Raymond James Bank Conference
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Aug. 8, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bob Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer of Old National Bancorp (NYSE:ONB), will be presenting at the 2012 Raymond James Bank Conference on Tuesday, August 14 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern in Chicago, Illinois.
Interested investors may listen to the live webcast of the presentation and view a copy of the slides used in the presentation by accessing Investor Relations at oldnational.com. Listeners should go to the website at least fifteen minutes before the event to download and install any necessary audio software. For those unable to attend the live broadcast, a replay will be available for 7 days. There is no charge to access this event.
About Old National
Old National Bancorp is the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana and, with $8.7 billion in assets, ranks among the top 100 banking companies in the United States. Since its founding in Evansville in 1834, Old National has focused on community banking by building long-term, highly valued partnerships with clients in its primary footprint of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. In addition to providing extensive services in retail and commercial banking, wealth management, investments and brokerage, Old National also owns Old National Insurance which is one of the top 100 largest agencies in the US and the 10th largest bank-owned insurance agency. For more information and financial data, please visit Investor Relations at oldnational.com.
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CONTACT: Lynell J. Walton - (812) 464-1366 Senior Vice President - Investor Relations
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