Evansville-based Old National Bancorp is now voluntarily delisted on the New York Stock Exchange. The company announced last month it is transferring to the Nasdaq Stock Market. Old National will continue to be listed under the symbol “ONB.” You can view the filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by clicking here.
Originally Posted July 26, 2013
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Old National Bancorp (ONB), the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana and one of the top 100 banking companies in the U.S., today announced it will transfer its listing to The NASDAQ Stock Market, effective Wednesday, August 14. Old National Bancorp will continue to trade on the NYSE until that time.
Old National Bancorp will continue to be listed under the ticker symbol “ONB.”
“We're excited about this move, and pleased to be joining the majority of our peers on The NASDAQ Stock Market,” said Bob Jones, President and CEO of Old National Bancorp. “I'm confident that NASDAQ's premier visibility assets and industry-leading corporate solutions will complement our Investor Relations, Public Relations and Corporate Governance efforts to promote our company to clients and investors.”
“We are happy to welcome Old National Bancorp to The NASDAQ Stock Market,” said Bruce Aust, Executive Vice President, Global Corporate Client Group, NASDAQ OMX. “Old National Bank will join more than 400 banks currently listed with NASDAQ and 95 percent of publicly-traded banks from Indiana that call NASDAQ home. We look forward to our partnership with Old National Bancorp for years to come.”
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