Home Loan Bank veteran named CEO

Milton J. Miller II has been named CEO of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis. Miller is a 30-year veteran of the bank who’d most recently served as chief financial officer. He replaced Brian Fike who had filled the CEO’s role on an interim basis since December, when Martin Heger retired. Miller will assume his new post July 16. The Indianapolis institution is one of 12 U.S. home loan banks formed in 1932 to promote home ownership, primarily by making wholesale loans for mortgages.

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