Craig Miller joins Sionic as chief client officer

03 May 2022 2 min. read
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Craig Miller, an experienced business development leader, has joined Sionic as the consultancy’s first chief client officer. He is based in New Jersey.

In the newly created role, Miller will lead Sionic’s global new business development and client account management across all parts of the firm.

Miller spent the last 22 years at Broadridge, a large fintech company, where he most recently served as head of business development for North American capital markets. Before that, he was VP of the firm’s fixed income division, where he was jointly responsible for financial performance and growth of a $100+ million fixed income portfolio of products and services.

Miller also previously was VP of client relationship management, leading a team serving many of the world’s largest banks and broker dealers. Before that, he held several accounts and sales roles at the fintech giant, which has $5 billion in annual revenue.Craig Miller joins Sionic as chief client officerEarlier in his career, Miller worked in the structured finance groups of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

“Sionic is growing at a tremendous rate, with demand for our services accelerating worldwide,” said CEO Craig Sher. “Our challenge now is to harness that growth effectively across a global client base and to ensure all our clients can benefit from the breadth of what we can do, while still consistently delivering the outstanding quality of service they rightly expect. Having known and admired Craig’s work for many years, I am confident that’s exactly what he will help us to do.”

Sionic was recently acquired by Davies, a UK-based professional services firm focusing on the insurance industry, approximately two-and-a-half years after the US-origin firm merged with Catalyst Development.

Sionic provides financial services firms with consulting in strategy and operations, technology transformation, compliance and risk, finance and control, and talent and culture. The firm’s more than 340 staff are based in offices in Jersey City, Toronto, and London, and work with clients across banking, asset and investment management, financial markets infrastructure, wealth management, insurance, and reinsurance.

“Sionic has a highly skilled and talented team of professionals with a superb reputation,” Miller said.  “This is now combined with Davies’ risk management expertise and market-leading technology capability, which will allow for new opportunities across the globe. These are exactly the type of conditions in which an organization such as Sionic can grow quickly, while adhering to their very high standards of execution which is paramount to our clients’ success.  It certainly feels like the right time and the right place for me – and I’m excited to get started!”