Ken Miller serves as a financial advisor to many wealthy individuals and a number of the world’s largest corporations. He played a seminal role in the creation of Wall Street’s first major bridge financing, (The $1.2 billion facility for Comcast Corporation), a widely emulated technique which changed the U.S. investment banking business and elevated Merrill Lynch (where he was at the time) to a leadership position. Formerly, Mr. Miller was the President and Chief Executive of The Lodestar Group, a merchant bank with important ties to Société Générale, France’s largest private sector bank. Mr. Miller founded The Lodestar Group in 1988, when he resigned his position as Vice Chairman of Merrill Lynch Capital Markets. He ran the Merrill Lynch Mergers & Acquisitions Department from 1982 through 1986. Mr. Miller received a B.A. from the University of Michigan and a J.D. from Harvard University

Ken Miller
Senior Advisor / Former Vice Chairman
Credit Suisse

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