The World Of Stephen Murray

Stephen Murray was a philanthropist. He was born in Brooklyn New York, on August 2nd 1962. Murray gave assistance to the Make A Wish Foundation of New York, the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County and the Columbia Business School, from where he earned his Masters Degree in Business Administration, in 1989.

He also received his undergraduate degree from Boston College. Murray worked for Manufactures Hanover Trust in 1984 as a credit trainee. In 1989, he joined Manufacture Hanover Equity Corporation.

The company was then bought by Chemical Bank. The deal made the two companies, one unit. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-13/stephen-murray-ex-ccmp-chief-who-helped-build-firm-dies-at-52

Murray was a co-founder of CCMP Capital, which is a direct spin off from J. P Morgan Chase. It was also known as Chase Capital Partners, then as J.P Morgan Partners before Chase acquired them. They became independent in 2006. It is a Private Equity Investment Company, which is not publicly traded on the Stock Exchange.

The company has roughly $12 billion in assets. As of 2007 the company was ranked #7 in the World. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital has offices in New York, which house their headquarters, Hong Kong, London and Tokyo. They have many investments, such as 1-800-Flowers, Aramak, Cabela’s, Quiznos Corporation,Consumers/Retail,Industrial, Healthcare and Chemical Energy and, the list goes on and on.

Steven Murray has served on many board,which including: Aramark, AMC Entertainment, Warner Chilcott, The Vitamin Shoppe and so much more. In March 12th 2015, Steven Murray passed away. CCMP Capitial Chairman, Greg Brenneman said they were sad to lose such a friend and partner. He extended his and the company’s condolences to Murray’s family.

Brenneman, then went on to say that Murray was viewed as a terrific investor and deal maker. Also, expressed gratitude for his constructive qualities and, the role he played that was instrumental in bringing about the success of CCMP.