Josh Loggins is a former professional baseball player who was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates out of high school in 1995 in the 7th round. He opted to go to college instead and signed out of the University of Kentucky in the 11th round in 1998 with the San Diego Padres’ minor league program. After competing for eight years for the Padres, Rockies, Indians and New York Yankees farm systems, he finished his Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in 2006. Josh then worked with the Boston Red Sox (2007) as an area baseball scout until he began his career in the financial services industry.
For the last 10 years, he’s provided advisory services and personal wealth protection to his clients, including a handful of Major League Baseball players. He does this through the Independent Registered Investment Advisor firm of Banker Investment Group, and a separate corporation, Integrity Wealth Planning, LLC. Both companies are based out of West Lafayette, Indiana.
He brings a wealth of baseball knowledge to PSM, along with a unique background in financial and investment services, and his experiences going through the draft process in both high school and college bode PSM clients well in the decision-making process.