Stephen Murray passed on in March 2015, a month after he left CCMP Capital Advisors. He left CCMP Capital Advisors due to health complications. While at CCMP he was the Chief Executive Officer and President. Stephen Murray was born on the fourth of August 1962 in New York City where he was raised. He was survived with his wife Tami Murray and their four children who are all grown up. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://www.ccmpcapital.com/Team and http://www.wsj.com/articles/ccmp-capital-advisors-gets-backing-to-resume-investing-from-fund-1430946145
Stephen Murray attended Boston College where he attained a bachelor’s Degree in Economics, this was in the year 1984. In the year 1989, he was a graduate of Columbia Business School with a Master’s in Business Administration. His first career experience was at Manufacturers Hanover Corporation where he worked in its credit analyst training program.
When he was still at Columbia Business School he worked at MH Equity Corporation where he participated in the merging of Chemical Bank and Chase Manhattan Corporation. He also worked at JP Morgan where he headed its buyout business and was part of the spin out of JP Morgan Chase Partners that led to the ultimate creation of CCMP Capital Advisors. CCMP Capital was founded in the year 2006. Read more: CCMP Capital Resumes Business After Death of Stephen Murray
The company main areas of operation are energy, healthcare, industrial and consumer sectors. CCMP Capital Advisors has investments in companies such as Cabela’s Inc, Warner Chilcott Plc and Quiznos Corporation. He became the Chief Executive Officer of CCMP Capital in the year 2007.
Stephen Murray, supported various charitable organizations such as the Make A Wish Foundation. He also gave his support to Food Bank of Lower Fairfield, Columbia Business School, Stamford Museum and Boston College.
Stephen Murray worked as a board member of a couple of companies where he contributed to their development and growth. These companies were such as: Generac Power Systems, Warner Chilcott, AMC Entertainment, Vitamin Shoppe and Aramark. Prior to his death, Stephen Murray was residing in Stamford, Connecticut. He was described as an excellent equity investor and philanthropist. Read more: CCMP’s Murray dead at 52
His death was received with a lot of sadness from the staff at CCMP Capital Advisors who looked up to him for advice and inspiration. His time at CCMP Capital Advisors is described as among the best since the company was able to spread its wings in different countries and to also develop and grow financially and capital wise.
The current Chief Executive Officer of CCMP Capital Advisors is among the individuals who were greatly saddened by his death.