Sarah (Sally) Miller is the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of International Bankers. The IIB’s mission is to help resolve the many special legislative, regulatory, tax and compliance issues confronting internationally headquartered financial institutions that engage in banking, securities and insurance activities in the United States. Collectively, the U.S. operations of internationally headquartered banks contribute significantly to the U.S. economy and to the depth, liquidity and vitality of the U.S. financial markets.
Prior to joining the IIB on November 1, 2010, Sally was a Senior Vice President at the American Bankers Association charged with the responsibility for assisting member banks with legislation, regulations and other issues involving securities, trusts and investments. Sally also served as Executive Director and General Counsel for the ABA Securities Association (“ABASA”) and in that capacity focused on investment banking, derivatives and other similar bank capital markets activities.
In August 2011, Sally completed a three-year term as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Banking Law Committee. Previously, she had served as Vice-chair of the Committee and Chair of its Securities Subcommittee.
Prior to going to ABA, Sally served as Special Counsel in the Division of Corporation Finance and in the Office of the General Counsel at the Securities and Exchange Commission.
She received her Bachelors degree from Boston University and her J.D. from American University’s Washington College of Law. She is a member of the D.C. Bar.
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Financial Services & E-Commerce Practice Group and the American Bankers Associaton
February 16, 2012