Another Banker Found Dead Under Strange Circumstances
Police believe Miller killed himself, Detective Martin Speechley, an NYPD spokesman, told Bloomberg News Wednesday. However, the official cause of death will remain a mystery until the autopsy report is concluded. Miller “was highly regarded at Citi and across the financial services industry as a leader and tireless advocate for environmental and sustainable business practices,” top managers at Citigroup wrote in a letter to staff in his department, Bloomberg reported.
“He will be greatly missed by all who knew him,” the letter said.
Miller had a strong background in advocating corporate social responsibility throughout his career, first at the World Bank and then at Citigroup.
After winning a US government-funded fellowship to study Bengali in Calcutta, India, Miller worked for the International Finance Corp, the investment arm of the World Bank, for nine years, advocating “public consultation” and better cooperation with environmental and human rights groups.
At Citigroup from 2004, he was responsible for policies drawn up by the Equator Principles Association, a group of 80 lenders worldwide that called for banks to defend environmental and social conditions when financing projects, Bloomberg News reported. He co-authored standards for “responsible risk decision-making,” according to Citigroup’s website.However, not everything is as it seems with the death of Shawn Miller.
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