SEC Interim Chief Executive Officer
Chris Miller was appointed Interim CEO of the SEC in December 2022, to establish the purpose and objectives of the SEC, advise on appropriate legislation, statutory powers and policies (including investment mandate and policies), and deliver the operating model.
Prior to his appointment as Interim CEO, Chris was Deputy Secretary, Tourism and Events at the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR). Before joining DJPR, Chris held senior executive roles, including General Counsel, at the Department of Premier and Cabinet where he advised the Premier on Victoria’s energy, infrastructure and transport portfolios, among others.
Before joining the Victorian Public Service, Chris worked in various roles at EnergyAustralia and practised as a commercial lawyer at King & Wood Mallesons. In those roles, Chris advised on a broad range of matters relating to energy, including mergers and acquisitions, generation and upstream development, project financing, carbon, utilities regulation, and commercial contracting.