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Henry S. Miller ’70
Henry S. Miller ’70
Chairman of Marblegate Asset Management
Henry S. Miller has served as chairman of Marblegate Asset Management since its formation in 2009. He co-founded Miller Buckfire & Co. in 2002, where he was CEO until 2009 and chairman and a managing director until his retirement in 2011.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Miller has represented debtors, creditors, and other constituents in numerous out-of-court and Chapter 11 matters. These have included complex reorganizations where the services provided involved raising “rescue” financing, strategic assignments, and divestiture of substantial assets or businesses of the affected enterprises. Prior to founding Miller Buckfire, Mr. Miller was vice chairman and a managing director at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, where he served as the global head of the firm's financial restructuring group.
Prior to that, Mr. Miller was managing director and head of both the restructuring group and transportation industry group of Salomon Brothers. Mr. Miller joined Salomon Brothers from Prudential Securities, where he was a managing director, co-head of investment banking, and head of the financial restructuring group. Before that, Mr. Miller was the chief financial officer of Eichner Properties, Inc., and from 1977 to 1986, he worked at Lehman Brothers, becoming a partner in 1981.
Mr. Miller received his BA from Fordham University in 1968 and an MBA from Columbia Business School in 1970. He is a trustee of Save the Children, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and Fordham University, as well as a member of the board of directors of AIG. Mr. Miller is a former trustee of the Turnaround Management Association and was recently inducted into the TMA Hall of Fame.
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