Jerry W. Miller
has been named
the president of Guggenheim Investments
, and is based in Guggenheim's New York office. He has been registered with Guggenheim since July 3rd, according to FINRA. Miller fills a role once held by John Klein
, who left
A representative from Guggenheim could not be immediately reached.
| Jerry Miller|
On February 28, 2012, Deutsche Bank revealed negotiations with Guggenheim partners; however Deutsche and Guggenheim ended
the negotiations in May 2012.
Miller previously worked
at Deutsche Bank Americas
as head of asset and wealth management from 2013-2016, senior advisor at Lightyear Capital from April 2012-May 2013, founded and worked at Sentio Advisors from October 2010-April 2013, and was president and CEO of Van Kampen Investments from 2008-2010.
Chairman of Guggenheim Investments and global chief investment officer Scott Minerd
said, "We are very pleased to welcome Jerry to Guggenheim, and I look forward to working with him to further build our business."
"Jerry is a highly respected executive with extensive management experience who possesses a deep understanding of all facets of leadership and of the asset management business, and we are excited to have him join us," states Mark Walter
, CEO of Guggenheim Partners, the parent company of Guggenheim of Investments.
Miller graduated from Harvard Business School's advanced management program for senior and executive management and received a bachelor's degree in economics from Swarthmore College.
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