Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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April 11, 2014

Anderson named top branch manager

GREENSBURG – Dan Anderson, Program Manager for Mainsource Investment Services, with securities offered through Raymond James, made On Wall Street’s list of Top Branch Managers in 2013.

Anderson was named an honoree along with 99 other branch managers across the country.

“It is an honor to be recognized by On Wall Street and I would like to thank each of the Financial Advisors at MainSource Investment Services/Raymond James for their contributions. The partnership between the various business units at MainSource has resulted in substantial growth in the investment program over the last several years,” said Anderson.

On Wall Street, partners with New York Life/Mainstay Investments to showcase branch managers hard work and success. This is the 7th Annual Branch Manager Awards.

The Honorees were nominated by their firms and from there they were selected by the editors of On Wall Street. The current list of 100 will soon be narrowed down to reveal the Top 10 Branch Managers of the Year. The revealing will take place in May and the Top 10 will be featured in the magazine.

Daryl Tressler, President and CEO for MainSource Bank said, “Dan does an outstanding job managing our Investment Services Division and this honor is very well deserved.”

MainSource Financial Group is listed on the NASDAQ National Market (under the symbol: “MSFG”) and is a community-focused, financial holding company with assets of approximately $2.9 billion.

The Company operates 73 full-service offices throughout Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio through its banking subsidiary, MainSource Bank, headquartered in Greensburg, Indiana. Through its non-banking subsidiary, MainSource Title LLC, the Company provides various related financial services.

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