Paul F. Miller Jr
Mr. Miller started his career in 1950 with the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia. In 1953, he joined the Philadelphia investment banking firm of Drexel & Co., where he rapidly rose to partner, and then became president of a successor firm, Drexel Harriman Ripley. He surprised the investment banking world by leaving Drexel to go into business for himself, launching one of the earliest “boutique” investment management firms with the formation of Miller Anderson & Sherrerd. The firm was ultimately purchased by Morgan Stanley in 1996.
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