Heidi Miller is the chief executive officer of J. P. Morgan Chase & Co.’s Treasury & Securities Services (TSS) unit. As one of the world’s largest cash management providers, TSS processes a market-leading average of $3.7 trillion in U.S. Dollar transfers daily and is also a leading global custodian, with an average of $14.4 trillion in assets under custody.
Miller is recognized as one of the most powerful women in business for her consistent ability to create bottom line growth, despite market volatility. Ms. Miller’s leadership has made TSS one of the most profitable business units at J.P. Morgan, resulting in record increases in net income and net revenue.
As a member of J.P. Morgan’s operating committee, she plays an integral role in J. P. Morgan Chase’s management team. Miller is in charge of broadening the firm’s international footprint and strengthening the strategic partnerships between the Investment Bank, Asset Management and TSS.
Since U.S. Banker introduced its annual ranking of the “25 Most Powerful Women in Banking” in 2003, Miller has earned a spot on the list every year, and was ranked first from 2007 to 2009. In the 2008, Miller ranked amongst Fortune’s “Top 50 Women in Banking” List. In 2009, Miller was ranked #1 on Crain’s list of the “50 Most Powerful Women in New York.” Forbes also included Miller in their “100 Most Powerful Women” list.
Miller serves on the General Mills, Inc. Board of Directors as well as the Board of Conservation International and is a trustee of Princeton University, where she earned her undergraduate degree in history. Miller earned her doctorate degree in history from Yale.