There are two things that attracted Zach Losey to a career in wealth management - the ability to build relationships with people and the privileged opportunity to help those he works with to achieve financial freedom. To Zach, the road to financial freedom is more than just what lies at the end. More importantly, it’s about the journey it takes to get there. As a former collegiate baseball player, Zach knows firsthand what it takes to work as a team to achieve a broader goal; everyone having unwavering dedication, ambition, and discipline. At Foster & Motley, Zach applies those same principles to help clients accomplish their goals.
Zach comes to Foster & Motley after wrapping up his academic and athletic career at the University of Hawaii, where he graduated with a Master of Science in Finance. Prior to UH, Zach attended Ball State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance, along with a Minor in Financial Planning. During his time at Ball State, he had the privilege of being part of a team of students who worked as analysts on Ball State University’s Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF), a nearly 2.25 million dollar portfolio of investments.
Outside of work, you will most likely find Zach looking for a new challenge to tackle or coaching the next generation of baseball players. When he is not on the field, he enjoys working out, playing golf, or planning his next trip to Hawaii. Zach also enjoys quality time with his friends, family, and long-time girlfriend.
- Graduate of the University of Hawaii with a Master of Science in Finance, 2023
- Graduate of Ball State University Miller College of Business with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, cum laude, 2022