Robert S. “Steve” Miller

Robert S. “Steve” Miller
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director


Robert S. “Steve” Miller President, Chief Executive Officer and Director

Robert S. “Steve” Miller is the President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of the Tier One automotive supplier International Automotive Components (IAC) Group, formed in 2006.


Miller previously served as Chairman of insurance giant American International Group (AIG) from 2010 to 2015.  He is recognized for his broad operational expertise and brings years of automotive supplier and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) experience to IAC, previously serving as a board member of Federal-Mogul Corp. from 1993 to 2005 and as interim CEO during a portion of that period. He served also as Chairman and CEO of Delphi Corp. from 2005 until 2006 and held the Executive Chairman position from January 2007 until Delphi’s Chapter 11 emergence in 2009. Miller began his automotive career in 1968 at Ford Motor Co. and after more than a decade there joined Chrysler Corp., where he worked for 13 years, eventually serving as Vice Chairman. While at Chrysler, all international automotive operations and non-automotive operations reported to him.


Miller is on the Board of International Automotive Components Group, S.A. and International Automotive Components Group North America, LLC, IAC Group’s parent company. He has considerable executive leadership experience, serving as a member of Boards of Directors in a variety of industries, such as consumer products (Coleman, Reynolds American and Kendall Jackson), financial services (US Bancorp and American International Group) and industrials (United Airlines, Syntex, Pope & Talbot and Waste Management). He currently serves as a director of Dow Chemical; internet security software company Symantec Corp.; and global insurance conglomerate AIG. He is also Chairman of private equity firm MidOcean Partners.


He is a graduate of Stanford University and received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his MBA from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. In 2008, Miller authored a well-received autobiography titled “The Turnaround Kid.”