How Stephen Murray helped in Making CCMP Capital Successful

Steve Murray was a professional who served the private equity investment sector before his death on 12th March 2015. He was the co-founder of CCMP Capital and also served as its President and Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Murray is acknowledged at CCMP Capital for being an industrious person who made noteworthy contributions to the company that helped it ensuring its success and that of its frontrunners.

He is renowned for being a generous contributor to organizations that are important to the community such as the Stamford Museum, Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Metro New York’s Make-A-Wish Foundation, Boston College and his former college, Columbia Business School, where he got his MBA.

The philanthropy of Mt. Steve Murray was recognized by institutions such as the Boston Collage, which made him its Chairperson of Trustees Board and Make-A-Wish Foundation where he became a Council Member.

During the peak times of his career, Stephen worked for the Manufacturer Hanover Corporation from 1984, and at the firm, he was made to be part of its credit forecast training project. He was later employed by the MH Equity Corporation after the leverage finance department of the company he formerly worked for became fused with the MH Equity. Read more: 5 Questions with Stephen Murray, CEO of CCMP Capital

In 1991, the Manufacturer Hanover was acquired by the Chemical, Bank and the MH Equity became integrated into Chemical Ventures Partners. Mr. Murray then got an administrative position where he headed buyout enterprises at JP Morgan as form, 2005. He played a very significant role in changing the enterprise into an excellently established private equity.  Learn more about Steve Murray:

According to Fortune, CCMP Capital was founded from JP Morgan in August 2006 as a small spinoff. It was co-founded by Stephen Murray and in 2007, he was made to be its CEO. During the first days, the firm consisted of an advanced equity and takeover group that was under the leadership of Murray throughout its growth from a startup to 12 billion dollars.

The company is currently dedicated to offering private equity investment, and its main proficiencies are leveraged takeovers and capital development connections.

CCMP Capital has hired more than fifty experts in private equity, who are distributed across New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and London. The primary customers that seek the services of CCMP Capital are high net worth individuals, institutional investors, and corporations that need to be assisted in determining the best business and investing.

Steve Murray was also a senior member in other companies. He sat on various boards, which include the Aramark, Generac Power Systems, Legacy Hospital Partners, Warner Chilcott, and Pinnacle Foods.