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Jeannette Lichner

Jeannette Lichner to join Miller partnership board as independent non-executive

Miller is delighted to announce that Jeannette Lichner is to join the partnership board as an independent non-executive. 

Greg Collins, Chief Executive of Miller, commented: “Jeannette has considerable experience across many disciplines, including technology, transformation, compliance, risk management and human resources, from her work within the financial services sector in the UK, the US and internationally. The skills that she brings will complement and support our partnership board and help us to be even better prepared for the challenges ahead. We look forward to Jeannette’s valuable input to Miller, its people and its business.” 

Jeannette’s appointment is subject to the approval of the Financial Conduct Authority. After this has been granted, she will assume the Chair of the Risk Committee and will become a member of Miller’s Audit and Remuneration committees. 

Until Jeannette’s committee appointments take effect, the Risk Committee will continue to be chaired by Ian Buckley. Following Jeannette’s appointment, Ian will take the chair of the Audit Committee, a position currently held by Clare Thompson, who is soon to retire from service at Miller.  

Greg Collins commented, “Clare has been a tremendous asset to Miller over the last six or so years, and has provided invaluable support to the partnership board as it has worked through structural, financial and organisational change in recent times. We all thank her for her contribution to Miller’s continuing success, and wish her well for the future.”

Jeannette Lichner qualified as a Certified Public Accountant and worked at Price Waterhouse until 1983. She has been one of the top 15 leaders in Europe of both Bank of America and Morgan Stanley. She was a member of the EMEA & Asia Executive Leadership Team of Bank of America and of the European Regional Operating Committee of Morgan Stanley. Following her corporate banking career, she was a consultant, advising boards and senior executives on corporate governance, risk management and regulatory compliance. She has recently been appointed a Trustee of The Local Trust, and chairs its Audit and Risk Committee and is a member of its Nominations Committee.