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Stephen Murray, The Former CEO Of CCMP Capital, Passes Away

Stephen Murray was one of the founding partners of CCMP Capital. In 2006, the company spun out of JP Morgan Chase & Co. The spin out was undertaken with the view to averting potential conflicts with the clients of the bank. While confirming his death, the CEO of the firm, Greg Brenneman, said that he was saddened to learn about the news of his friend and partner. In an e-mailed statement, Greg posited that Stephen was an excellent deal maker and a great investor.

According to an article in Institutional Investor Magazine, Stephen Murray was born and raised in Westchester County, New York. Murray was a graduate of the Boston College and Columbia University based in New York.

Murray started his career back in 1984 by working at the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company based in New York. In this corporation, Murray served as a credit trainee. Through his hard work and commitment towards achieving the organizational objectives, Murray was able to climb through the ladder to become a vice president in charge of middle-market lending.

In 1989, one of the units of Manufacturers Hanover recruited Murray. It is imperative to note that this unit was a predecessor of Stephen Murray CCMP Capital. Manufacturer Hanover underwent three mergers to become part of JP Morgan. In 2005, Murray was named to head the bank’s buyout business. Before the spin off, CCMP was known as JP Morgan Partners.

Initially, JP Morgan Partners was known for making investments in the middle-market deals as well as private equity clients of the bank.

Before his sudden demise a month later, Murray had resigned from his position as the chief executive officer of CCMP Capital. In his resignation letter, Murray cited health concerns. At the time of his death, he was 52. CCMP engages in the growth-equity investments and middle market buyouts.

CCMP zeroes in on companies engaged in energy, consumer, industrial and healthcare sectors. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://fortune.com/2015/02/17/exclusive-ccmp-capital-ceo-stephen-murray-leaves-firm/

The corporation has invested in Warner Chilcott Plc, Quiznos Corp, and Cabela’s Inc.
Murray was quoted saying that the company started doing better when it was separated from JP Morgan that when they were together.

Murray leaves behind his wife, Tami Murray, and their four children. According to public records, Murray and his wife resided in Stamford, Connecticut.

Is Wen Cleansing Conditioner Good for Fine Hair?

If you have fine hair, one of the concerns when choosing any hair product is whether it will weigh it down. Wen hair  by Chaz Dean advertises on QVC that if you select the right one of their formulas for your hair type, you can expect shine, bounce and manageability.

The Wen hair by Chaz Dean products are doing a great job of offering hair care products that are sulfate-free and won’t strip your hair of natural oils. The product discussed in this article is a 5-in-1 formula. It combines shampoo, detangler and conditioners all in one. It’s perfect for folks who don’t have the patience for all the conditioners.

In the one week trial of WEN Hair Cleansing Conditioner featured on Bustle.com, writer Emily Mcclure describes the results she got each day.  However, each morning before her shower her hair was extremely oily. This means that for her hair type, she needs to use this everyday. Even when she washed her hair in the evening, it was a little greasy the next day. This is probably proof that the product doesn’t strip your hair of its natural oils like ordinary shampoo does. The most noticeable aspect was that her hair became very soft and moisturized. This is pleasing, and there didn’t seem to be any problem using her regular daily styling products after the shower. She did note that her hair was so soft that it didn’t hold curls or waves as long as usual.

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The week long experiment showed clearly that for fine or thin hair, this sephora marketed cleansing conditioner did improve the texture of the hair and it seemed shinier and healthier looking.

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Helane Morrison, Hall Capital, And The Power Of Intergrity, Wise Investing, And Regulary Compliance

At California based financial services company, Hall Capital, a culture of integrity is fostered by it’s leaders. Plus the company embraces diversity from top to bottom and this helps it to attract the best and the brightest people to its staff and its customer base. Hall Capital offers banking and financial services. One of the Bay Areas most successful and largest money managers, the company’s assets under management is in excess of $24 billion. One of the things which makes Hall Capital unique is three of the firm’s top executives, Kathryn Hall, CEO, Sarah Stein, President and general council and Chief Compliance Officer Helane Morrison are female.

Another thing that makes the company stand out is that it is known for the integrity of its management and staff. Hall Capital is known as a company people can trust to guide them to lucrative investment opportunities. Although Hall, Stein, and Morrison have diverse educational and cultural backgrounds, they are united in their efforts to make their clients money. With so much chicanery in the financial services industry, clients love the fact they can trust the brain thrust of Hall Capital to treat them fairly and guide them into the best long and short term investments possible.

Plus this is her first foray into business. Her background is law. Helane earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Berkley, clerked for Appeals Court and Supreme Court judges, and was a practicing attorney for a decade. What made her uniquely qualified to help guide Hall Capital was the 11 years she spent in the Securities and Exchange Commission. During her time there Morrison brought cases against a number of well-known companies and gained a reputation for integrity and a willingness to fight fraud, insider trading, and any other corporate misdeeds.

These days Morrison spends her time making sure Hall Capital does things that follow the letter and the spirit of the laws that governs their practices. The company manages the portfolios of some of the most successful families in the Bay Area. Accountability is what underpins the firm and its investors know they are receiving financial services, leadership, values, and regulatory compliance on which they can depend.

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