Jamie Miller joins EY Global as chief financial officer

18 January 2023 Consulting.us 1 min. read
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Jamie Miller, formerly CFO of Cargill and General Electric, has joined EY Global as CFO.

Miller – who brings more than 30 years of finance function and Big Four accountancy experience – will serve as CFO of EY’s proposed separate consulting business, which will be spun off as a public company.

EY will have a partner vote on the split of its audit and consulting businesses in the coming weeks. The split is being proposed as a strategy to drive new business and minimize regulatory risk.

EY in December announced Carmine Di Sibio and Julie Boland would lead the firm’s consulting and audit businesses, respectively. The Big Four firm is expecting to name additional leaders for the proposed split companies in the next several weeks.

“We are thrilled to have Jamie as part of our team. Her skill set, experience in the public markets, and business depth will be a crucial asset for our organization as we undergo this transition,” Carmine Di Sibio, EY Global chairman and CEO, said.

Jamie Miller joins EY Global as chief financial officer

Miller spent the last two year as food and agriculture giant Cargill, where she served as chief financial officer and head of corporate strategy. Before that, she spent 12 years at GE, serving as CFO, chief information officer, and chief accounting officer. Miller also was president and CEO of GE Transportation, a supplier for the rail, mining, marine, stationary power, and drilling industries.

Earlier in her career, Miller spent 15 years at PwC, where she was an audit partner. She also served as lead partner of the financial services advisory practice in the US Midwest region.

Miller is currently an independent director on the board of semiconductor firm Qualcomm.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Miami University and is licensed CPA.

“I am excited to join EY,” Miller said. I believe in the core values, vision and potential of the future company. It is a unique opportunity to be part of what will be one of the most disruptive strategies in any industry this decade,” said Miller.