Old National Bank hires Holland bank manager
A bank with a West Michigan presence hired a manager for its Holland location.
Evansville, Indiana-based Old National Bank said Tuesday, Dec. 21, it added Joey Ganus to the retail leadership team. He will serve as the banking center manager at the Holland location and will be responsible for business development efforts, as well as providing leadership and supervision to staff.
Ganus has worked with clients across the northern Indiana and southwest Michigan markets during his career. He said his passion is “to provide the right financial solution for his clients.”
He currently serves on the Salvation Army’s Community Impact Committee, supports the Boys and Girls Club of Holland and serves as a member of the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce.
“We are thrilled to have Joey join our retail leadership team in Holland and look forward to all of the great things he will be doing for our clients and our communities,” said Drew Ysseldyke, West Michigan market president at Old National Bank.
Founded in Evansville in 1834, Old National Bancorp, the holding company of Old National Bank, is the largest bank holding company headquartered in Indiana with $23 billion in assets.
Its footprint includes branches in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
In addition to providing retail and commercial banking services, Old National offers wealth management, investment and capital market services.