Stephen Murray the Man behind CCMP’s Success

“A terrific investor and a deal maker,” this is a perfect description for Stephen .P. Murray. Born on August 2nd, 1962 in the suburbs of New York City, he was raised in North Tarrytown and attended Sleepy Hollow High School. Murray holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Boston College. He holds a master of business administration degree from Columbia Business School New York. You can also click to read more:  Stephen Murray and CCMP Capital

He is married to Tami Murray and has four sons. Murray is an investor, private equity, and a contributor. After college, Stephen Murray joined New York-based Manufacturers Hanover Corporation in 1984 as a credit analyst trainee. Murray rose to the position of vice president of middle market lending. Later in 1989, he joined a private equity and leveraged finance unit in Manufacturing Hanover. In 2005, Mr. Murray joined J.P. Morgan Partners as head of buyout business.

He led the firm until its spinout in 2006. Before founding CCMP Capital Advisors of New York, Mr. Murray served in investment positions in various investment capacities in several companies including J.P. Morgan Partners, Chase Capital and chemical venture partners.

In 2006, Murray cofounded CCMP. This was a spinout of J.P. Morgan Chase, which was its private equity team. CCMP is a private equity firm which deals with buyout and growth capital foundations. In 2007, Stephen Murray was named the Chief Executive of CCMP (read more: A History of CCMP Capital And Its Founding CEO Stephen Murray).

CCMP is a buyout private equity which invests $100 to $500 million. It primarily focuses on companies in consumer, industrial, healthcare, and energy sector. Stephen Murray served on the Board of various major companies. Some of the companies include Aramark, Generac power systems, AMC and Warner Chilcott among others.

Additionally, Stephen Murray is well known for his philanthropic activities. He supported the Make .A. Wish Foundation of Metro New York. This is a nonprofit organization focused on fulfilling the wish of children have devastating medical conditions. Also, he supported Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Stamford Museum, and Columbia Business School. He served as vice chairperson of the board of trustees Boston College and a member of the council Make –A-Wish Foundation.

As president, he helped CCMP raise $3.6 billion for its latest fund. He was one of the CCMP executives listed in SEC filings for that fund. Stephen Murray spent most of his career time in private equity. He has positively and immensely contributed to the success of CCMP. Mr. Murray served CCMP as president for 16 years. In February 2016, he resigned due to health related problems.

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