In this episode host, Angela B. Freeman talks with Sanchez about diversity, equity and inclusion from a unique and authentic vantage point as a Hispanic male executive in the banking and lending industry.
Lawsuit alleges Old National Bank redlined against Black Indy residents
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana, or FHCCI, brought the legal action Thursday after a multiyear investigation of the Indiana-based financial institution and meeting with bank officials.Read More
Old National Bank merging with Chicago-based bank to create $45B firm
The deal is the largest to date by far for Old National, which has grown dramatically over the past decade through a series of acquisitions.Read More
The deal, expected to close in the fourth quarter, includes about $500 million in client assets held in about 157,000 accounts associated with more than 3,000 employer groups.
The bank was accused in a lawsuit earlier this year of providing disproportionately fewer mortgages to Black borrowers, closing branches in predominantly Black neighborhoods and giving Black people less information during the mortgage-application process.
Chase has temporarily closed a few of its local branches, while many others are moving to appointment-only service and drive-through service in response to the outbreak.
Indiana firms restrict travel, postpone product intros, distribute hand sanitizer in reaction to coronavirus
A growing number of employers have restricted international travel and are now considering what they might need to do within the U.S.
Investors have turned pessimistic about everything from the inevitability of a U.S. recession to growing international trade disruptions and higher loan defaults.
Old National Bancorp. announced plans Tuesday to acquire St. Paul, Minnesota-based Anchor Bancorp Inc.
The center, to be called the Old National Bank Center for Closely Held Business, will have its offices in Butler’s Andre B. Lacy School of Business, but it will work with companies around the state.
Now we know exactly how much of a fortune—or not—that larger, Indiana-based banks are generating from those ill-timed debit and ATM transactions.
The Indiana-based bank holding company’s quarterly earnings met analyst expectations, but revenue fell slightly short of predictions.