Stephen Murray was raised in New York City suburb in Westchester County. He went to Sleepy Hollow High School and later pursued a degree in Economics from Boston College.
The private equity investor acquired a Masters in Business Administration from the Columbia Business School. The compassionate and hardworking man is a father of four and a loving husband to Tami Anne Murray.
The career of the successful man dates back in 1984 when he joined Manufacturers Hanover Corporation as part of credit analyst training program. The Corporation later merged with Chemical Bank to form Chemical Venture Partner. He progressed and became the vice of middle market lending.
There was a merger with the Chase Manhattan Bank and J.P Morgan Partners a predecessor of CCMP flourished. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital has contributed positively to all the firms he has worked in as a private equity investor. In 2005, he became the head of buyout business at J.P Morgan Partners up until 2006 where he co-founded the CCMP Capital Advisors.
He became the president and chief executive officer of the new firm. Under his leadership, the company has managed to raise multi-billion dollar funds successfully. 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
The company specializes in middle-market buyout and growth equity investment. The company focuses on firms in industrial, healthcare, energy and consumer sectors.
Other than succeeding in the investment industry, Stephen has been involved in philanthropic acts supporting the community where he could. He has supported Stamford Museum, Make- A- Wish Foundation, Boston College, The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County and Columbia Business School among other.
Stephen Murray has also featured on many boards such as Warner Chilcott, Pinnacle Foods, The Vitamin Shoppe, Legacy Hospital Partners, Generac Power Systems and Aramark.
He has been on the board of trustees of Strongwood Insurance Holdings, LHP Hospital Group, Infogroup Incorporation, Octagon Credit Investors, Crestcom International, Jetro JMPH Holding and Ollies Bargain Outlet.