Sarah Miller has been named chief executive officer of the Institute of International Bankers (IIB).

Miller will succeed Lawrence R. Uhlick, who has been head of the IIB since 1987. 

Miller currently serves as senior vice president for the American Bankers Association's (ABA) center for securities, trust and investments, and as executive director and general counsel for the ABA Securities Association (ABASA). ABASA is an ABA affiliate that represents bank holding companies actively engaged in capital markets, investment banking, and broker-dealer activities. 

Miller has been with ABASA since its founding in 1995, most recently serving as executive director, and has been with ABA since 1989. 

Among her many accomplishments at ABA, Miller was instrumental in the association’s recent advocacy efforts regarding the capital market provisions contained in the Dodd-Frank Act.

She will be leaving ABA on Oct. 30.  A spokesperson at ABA said that no replacement has yet been named for Miller.

 

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