Old National Bancorp on Thursday announced it will transfer its stock listing to the Nasdaq stock market from the New York Stock Exchange.
The switch will be effective Aug. 14. The company’s ticker symbol will remain ONB.
The Evansville-based holding company for Old National Bank is the largest financial services company headquartered in Indiana and one of the 100 largest bank holding companies in the country.
Bob Jones, Old National’s president and CEO, said the majority of the company’s peers trade on the Nasdaq. The stock market will complement Old National’s efforts to promote the company to clients and investors, he said in a statement.
The Nasdaq listing includes more than 400 banks and 95 percent of Indiana’s publicly traded companies, according to Bruce Aust, executive vice president, global corporate client group, Nasdaq OMX.