Bloomberg News

NEW YORK - Ken Miller, vice chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston Corp., said he will resign as of June 30, after more than six years at the investment banking firm.

Mr. Miller, 58, is one of the firm's 18 vice chairmen. He will remain a senior adviser to the securities unit of the Swiss financial company Credit Suisse Group AG.

"I am considering several alternatives, primarily in the private equity sector," said Mr. Miller, who joined Credit Suisse First Boston in 1994. The announcement of his departure came five months after the firm acquired Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Inc. for $13 billion.

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