Ben Lasater, CFP®VICE PRESIDENT, WEALTH ADVISOR
Ben Lasater is responsible for working directly with clients to design and implement holistic and comprehensive financial plans at the Ft. Lauderdale office of Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management, within the Consumer and Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs. He is passionate about helping his clients plan for and embrace their financial lives.
After his senior year in college, Ben was drafted by Major League Baseball’s Miami Marlins and spent more than six years as a player in the organization. Once he retired from professional baseball, Ben spent time with DePuy Synthes, a company of Johnson & Johnson, as a sales representative in their joint reconstruction division, assisting surgeons in total joint replacement procedures. Leaving the medical device sales world in 2016, Ben served as a Financial Adviser with Coastal Wealth, a MassMutual firm before joining what is now Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management.
Ben graduated from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance, followed by a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix.
Ben lends his time to community and charitable causes outside of the office, one of them being the Miracle League of Palm Beach County, assisting children with physical and mental disabilities to play baseball. He also likes to spend quality time with his family, golf, and fish in Florida’s beautiful waters.
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