SB360 Capital Partners named Aaron S. Miller its new president and Siegfried “Ziggy” Schaffer chief operating officer. To coincide with these appointments, Stephen G. Miller and Scott H. Bernstein have moved into co-CEO roles and Jay Schottenstein remains chairman. They will continue to assist Miller and Schaffer in their new roles.

Miller is the driving force behind the strategic vision of SB360. He has a proven track record for structuring and managing complex acquisition and disposition projects. His sound business judgment has been instrumental in shaping and effecting many of the largest transactions in SB360’s history.

“Aaron’s passion for this company is evident. His instincts have led us to numerous innovative opportunities for the companies we serve. He has a signature skill set for crafting sensible solutions for our clients by leveraging the assets of all our business groups. That type of enterprising resourcefulness will define the future of SB360,” Schottenstein said.

“It’s been incredibly rewarding to help shape this company, and it’s humbling to now lead it,” Miller said. “We’ve built a great team and we’re continually adding new talent to fuel our growth. We expect them to push boundaries, explore new ventures, and expand our service offerings. As I look forward, I think we’re just getting started.”

Schaffer’s new role as chief operating officer will provide consistency of execution with each transaction. Ziggy’s long career with SB360 and its predecessor companies has been marked by the successful execution of projects across many of SB360’s business groups. He is engaged in all aspects of structuring unique client solutions, developing target and working financial models and providing project management expertise for client companies.

“Ziggy has been involved in every aspect of this business,” Schottenstein said. “He’s held executive positions in brand development as well as financial, operational and merchandising roles in owned retail and wholesale entities. Ziggy knows the intricacies of every project and he uses those complexities as an advantage to benefit all stakeholders.”

“I’m enthusiastic about my new role and the impact I can make on SB360’s future,” Schaffer said. “We’re intensely focused on helping our clients achieve their goals. Each success story gives us the forward momentum we use to raise the bar on what clients should expect.”

Other changes to the leadership team include Joseph Schottenstein joining SB360’s C-suite as chief strategy officer. Joseph Schottenstein holds many roles within the broader Schottenstein organization. He is chief operating officer and executive vice president of acquisitions and leasing at Schottenstein Property Group (SPG) and Schottenstein Realty. Joseph Schottenstein is also executive vice president of Schottenstein Stores Corporation and a member of the board of directors. He holds a position on the board of directors of Designer Brands, as well as American Signature.

Additionally, Kevin Dooley has been named chief financial officer succeeding Dathard V. Steele who joins SB360’s advisory board as executive director.