Red-tail Corporate Council Welcomes Old National Wealth Management

Red-tail Corporate Council Welcomes Old National Wealth Management

The Red-tail Land Conservancy (RLC) today announced that Old National Wealth Management (ONWM) has become a sponsor of their Corporate Council program.

The role of the Corporate Council of Red-tail Land Conservancy is to strengthen and further the mission of conserving ecologically significant areas in east central Indiana. It is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our regional community by helping to preserve the natural heritage of the land. In becoming a corporate sponsor, their wealth management team has committed to support efforts toward preserving the natural heritage of east central Indiana by provide funds.

Four key aspects to the Corporate Council program are:

PARTNERSHIP: The Corporate Council forms a partnership with the Board of Directors of Red-tail Land Conservancy to help find balance between development, expansion, and the preservation of land.

INVESTMENT: The Corporate Council, through its membership donations, helps to ensure the ability of Red-tail Land Conservancy to acquire threatened or significant tracts of land when necessary, and to maintain appropriate levels of monitoring on conservation easements.

EDUCATION: The Corporate Council, with its understanding of the values and mission of Red-tail Land Conservancy, helps to inform the public of the purpose and urgency of land conservation.

COMMUNICATION: The Corporate Council provides networking opportunities for Red-tail Land Conservancy by utilizing the diversity of resources available from the corporate community.

About Old National Wealth Management:

The financial experts of Old National Wealth Management pledge to deliver financial advice and services that are exclusively to the benefit of our clients. We make our clients’ best interests our critical focus and priority. Through the life of our relationship, we will serve your financial needs without compromise. Learn more on the ONWM website.