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Old National has made several key changes within its Corporate Finance Department. Mark Gorski, who currently leads the Budget and Financial Planning area and Procurement team, will take on additional responsibilities for Corporate Accounting, Tax and Facilities. He will assume the title of senior vice president, director of finance. Gorski was formerly chief financial officer at Indiana Bank and Trust, which was acquired by Old National via partnership in 2012. Prior to his time there, he spent eight years at Fifth Third Bank in a variety of positions. With more than 30 total years of financial industry experience to his credit, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Western Michigan University. Brendon Falconer, who leads Old National’s Loss Share and Credit Management Information System areas, will expand his responsibilities to include Treasury functions, assuming the title of senior vice president, treasurer. Falconer joined Old National’s Evansville Finance team as bank controller in 2009. He has 16 years of experience in the financial services industry in a number of accounting- and finance-related roles. Falconer earned his bachelor’s degree from Kent State University and his MBA from Indiana State University. Mike Loyd will assume the role of vice president, assistant treasurer. He joined Old National in February 2014 and was previously responsible for the Financial Planning and Analysis team at a consumer finance organization. Loyd has more than 15 years of strategic planning, financial analysis and capital markets experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Kentucky and an MBA from Auburn University. Jennifer Guzman
will take on the new role of senior vice president, data governance manager in Old National’s Enterprise Risk Department, a position designed to take advantage of her broad institutional knowledge and analytical skills. She began her career at Old National in 1993 as a part-time teller and joined the Finance area in 1999. In 2011, she was promoted to SVP, treasurer. Guzman holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the University of Southern Indiana.
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