Stephen G. Miller

Stephen G. Miller

Chief Executive Officer

Stephen G. Miller is the Chief Executive Officer of SB360 Capital Partners. He has more than 35 years of experience in the asset-based market, specializing in retail and wholesale asset valuation and dispositions. Utilizing his unique merchant skill set, Stephen is an expert in achieving enhanced collateral values.

During his career, Stephen has led the charge on many of the largest multi-asset disposition events in North America and has been able to provide enhanced yields to all constituents. He’s widely recognized as an industry leader in the evolution of the disposition model. Stephen leverages his unique understanding of the value proposition in consumable products, as they move through the supply chain, to obtain optimal solutions.

In 1996, Stephen Miller and his partners founded the Ozer Group, a nationally recognized firm which specialized in creating solutions for both the disposition and acquisition of distressed business assets. In 2006, the Ozer Group was sold to Gordon Brothers. As part of this transaction, Stephen assumed the role of President of Gordon Brothers Retail Partners, LLC.

Stephen developed the Brands Group at Gordon Brothers, and assumed the role of CEO. Stephen was the Co-CEO of Polaroid, Linens ‘N Things, Bombay, and he served as a member of the board of directors for The Sharper Image. Stephen’s team led the effort in the acquisition and repositioning of these high-profile brands into a licensing model for the global marketplace. These transactions resulted in successful and profitable turnarounds, and returns to their investors.

Stephen and his partners at The Ozer Group, LLC, also founded Paragon Capital, an Asset-Based Lending firm that was sold to, and still operates as, Wells Fargo Retail Finance.

In 2013 Stephen founded 360 Merchant Solutions, serving as President and Chief Executive Officer. Some of Stephen’s recent transactions include high-profile companies where he acted as a liquidation and/or collateral agent, and helped successfully liquidate over $1B of assets.