EY announces Jamie Miller as Global CFO

18 January 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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As the firm moots major changes in 2023, EY has announced Jamie Miller as its new Global CFO. Miller will also act as CFO of EY’s proposed public company.

As EY moves toward putting its strategy of separating its audit and consulting wings to partner votes, EY hopes it will create exciting new opportunities, and deliver greater long-term value for EY people, clients and communities. The selection of Miller is another step in the separation process outlined last year.

Carmine Di Sibio, EY Global Chairman and CEO stated, “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.”

Jamie Miller, Global CFO, EY

Miller has substantial public company experience – having formerly been CFO of both Cargill and the General Electric Company. Throughout her career, Miller has led through challenge and transformation, and she was appointed Head of Corporate Strategy in April 2022. She has leveraged technology to increase competitiveness, and has extensive experience in effective, transparent communication with stakeholders and investors, and in managing complex M&A, audit and risk.

“I am excited to join EY.  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.

Miller was also previously a Partner with fellow Big Four firm PwC. Her deep financial management experience and global outlook bring a valuable skill set to EY now and as it moves forward with its proposed transformation. Looking ahead, the next several weeks will see EY follow on the appointment by naming additional leaders to a range of positions, across the two proposed post-split organisations.  

Before joining Cargill, Jamie served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for GE. She began her tenure at GE in 2008 as Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, and went on to become GE’s Chief Information Officer where she led the company's global information technology strategy, services and operations. Jamie also served as President and CEO of GE Transportation, a global technology leader and supplier for the rail, mining, marine, stationary power and drilling industries.