Miller has more than 30 years experience on Wall Street
and in the financial community, as a former partner at Salomon
Brothers and as a private investor. He has been a financial
advisor in numerous mergers, restructurings and reorganizations,
including some of the largest transactions of recent years.
His areas of expertise encompass: deal structuring and negotiation;
business, securities and transaction valuation; assessment
of the financial merits of corporate decisions and actions
in a variety of contexts. He has rendered formal opinions
and delivered expert testimony on these subjects on many
a number of years, Mr. Miller has been an active investor
in a diversified portfolio of private company investments,
in some cases serving as a member of the board of directors.
He has been involved in raising substantial amounts of financing
for these entities, and for a series of investment partnerships,
which he formed to purchase distressed businesses, personal
loans and similar assets.
Miller is a director of the Cooke center for Learning and
Development, and an Elder and Trustee of the Brick Presbyterian
Church in Manhattan. He earned an M.A. in law from Cambridge
University and an M.Sc. from the London Business School.