EY recently announced the appointment of Jamie Miller as global CFO, and CFO of its proposed new public entity.
The selection of Miller is another step in the separation process outlined last year, according to EY.
“EY is moving forward in a thoughtful and deliberate manner, making strong progress on the path to partner votes,” EY said in a statement. “This bold move to separate the organisation will enable EY to embrace the changing landscape, build businesses that redefine the future of the profession, create exciting new opportunities, and deliver greater long-term value for EY people, clients and communities.
In addition, the company said it plans to name additional leaders during the next several weeks to a range of positions in the two proposed post-split organisations that will result if the voting by partners is successful.
Previously, Jamie Miller joined Cargill in June 2021 as corporate senior vice president and CFO.
She was appointed head of corporate strategy in April 2022 and is a member of Cargill’s executive team.
Throughout her career, Miller has led through challenge and transformation while focusing on people, innovation, simplification and accelerating performance and growth, EY said.
She has leveraged technology to increase competitiveness, and has extensive experience in effective, transparent communication with stakeholders and investors, and in managing complex M&A, audit and risk, the company added.
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