Stephen Murray: The Man You Could Trust

When it comes to being a private equity investor like Stephen Murray CCMP Capital was, you have to be someone that people can trust, rely on, and look to for answers.

You have to tell them the truth and not leave anything out. So often, people are just interested in clients and they will do whatever it takes to get one, no matter what the price and even if it means their honesty and their integrity.

When it came to Stephen Murray, he knew that people relied on him, trusted him, and wanted the best out of him. He didn’t want to just tell people what they want to hear in order to sign them or have them be with him.

In his mind, he would rather have someone hear the truth and pass as opposed to lying to someone and ripping them off. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://fortune.com/2015/02/17/exclusive-ccmp-capital-ceo-stephen-murray-leaves-firm/

He had a high moral code and fiber in his day-to-day life and most importantly, in his work. He believed he was doing a great service to people and by them trusting him, it was up to him to do right by others and do things the right way.

There is a certain code of ethics and a right way and a wrong way to do things. When you do things the right way, you can sleep easy at night and look yourself in the mirror and be proud of the person you see. That is certainly something that you cannot put a price tag on, without a shadow of a doubt.

That is why Stephen had such life-long clients. They knew he was a straight shooter, and they also knew that whenever they had a question, his office and his phone were open.

Even if he couldn’t call you back right away, he would call you back as soon as possible. He would take it seriously. He treated every customer with the same amount of respect that they deserved.

No matter what your finances were or what your situation were, he didn’t treat you any differently and he didn’t play favorites. Everyone was of equal importance to him.

Everyone mattered and everyone was supposed to be treated as a human being and not just another client on the client list. Stephen Murray was that type of person all the way up until his death.

He always believed in living life a certain way and he wasn’t going to change his beliefs, no matter what.