9000 Keystone Crossing, Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46240


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Myles Hartwig

Senior Vice President Investments


My goal is to be your family’s most trusted advisor. Through my professional knowledge, integrity, and my team’s personal service, I truly believe that no one outside of your family will care for your finances more than me.


To provide my clients with useful financial education, informative communication, and exceptional service, which exceeds expectations.


I view my goal simply: I don’t predict the rain, I help you and your family build an ark.

Each family has different and specific needs and goals. A financial security plan must reflect your personal or business situation, so my team will work to identify the financial products that best fit your goals. Once your custom-tailored financial plan is in place, we will continue working together to review how your achievements are meeting your goals, and we will ensure you are comfortable that everything is moving forward according to your plan.



Myles graduated from Ball State University in 1991 with a degree in Advertising, minoring in Marketing and Sociology. He was an offensive tackle on the Ball State football team and was part of the 1989 MAC Championship team that played in the 1989 California Bowl. He has been in the financial industry since 1992 spending the first 23 years of his career with Edward Jones, where he became a partner. In 2015, he joined Thurston Springer where he serves on the Advisory Board. He has been named, “5 Star Wealth Manager” by Indianapolis Monthly since the inception of the program. He also appeared on WRTV 13 numerous times to discuss investing and market conditions.

Myles believes it is fundamentally important to give back to the community. Over the years, he has been involved in the Boone County United Way and Zionsville Lions Club. He currently serves on the Boards of Directors for: The Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville, Zionsville Youth Football League, and Team Indiana Football. He has coached sports for 16 years and has been named “Zionsville Coach of the Year” three times.

Myles has 3 sons: Gus, Gunnar and Deiter. They’re all extremely active in school and sports, and he is a proud parent who actively support their endeavors.