Stephen Murray was one of the highly appreciated specialists, who served the private equity investment sector, before his demises on March 2015. He is the former president and chief executive officer of CCMP Capital, which he co-founded in 2006. Stephen was a major participant in the growth of the company, and he strived to ensure that its success and that of its stakeholders.
Stephen was also a socially responsible individual and was a benefactor of various foundations. They include the Stamford Museum, Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Metro New York, Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Columbia Business School and the Boston College. Mr. Murray is a holder an MBA. His charity work was greatly acknowledged, and therefore, he was made the Boston College’s head of the trustee’s board and also sat on the council of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Mr. Murray’s career was inspiring since he significantly participated in the development of various companies. His career debut was in 1984 when he worked at the Manufacture Hanover Corporation as part of its program that offered forecast on credit. He was then employed by the MH Equity Corporation after the company acquired the Manufacturer Hanover’s leveraged finance unit.
Another company that Stephen Murray served is the JP Morgan. He joined the firm in 2005, and it appreciates his efforts, which helped in developing it into a recognized private equity.
Stephen was an executive of the CCMP Capital from the time it was founded. He became its chief executive officer in 2007. The firm was created as a division of the JP Morgan, and it started off with a small startup capital and a few employees who served as a development equity and takeover crew. CCMP Capital’s growth was rapid, and its was worth $12 billion by 2015 when Mr. Murray passes on.
The company has been offering competent financial solutions in the private equity investment sector. Its primary focus is the enlargement of capital connections and leveraged buyouts. Institutional investors, organizations, and affluent individuals depend on the advice that is offered by the company to decide on the best investment for their money.
The company has currently grown internationally, and it has offices in New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and London. It also has about 50 professional that are devoted to offering the best services to its clients. Stephen Murray was a board member of the Generac Power Systems, Pinnacle Foods, Legacy Hospital Partners, and the Warner Chilcott.