Timothy Armour: One Of The Most Influential And Accomplished Businessmen

The name Tim Armour, as most people in the corporate world call Timothy Armour, brings to mind a perfect image of a person who has employed proper strategies to attain business success. Tim is an all-round and self-accomplished businessman who has achieved a lot for a man his age.

The 57-year-old chairman of the Capital Group of investment, which is one of the leading financial institutions in the United States, is a bachelor’s degree holder in economics from Middlebury College. He is not only business smart, but has a big heart for helping people. He is known to give donations from time to time to support medical needs of the less fortunate. Timothy has donated money to his former college and other learning institutions, thus making him a man who loves creating a better tomorrow for the youths.

Equipped with the right education combined with vast experience gained while working at the capital group, Timothy made a perfect Chairman for the Capital group of companies. As the chairperson, Tim has worked towards the welfare of not only the Americans, but to other people from the rest of the world. Regarding Capital’s partnership with Samsung to come up with strategic plans in Korea, Timothy supported the move saying it would protect the savings, insurance-linked and retirement needs of Korean investors. He also acknowledged that the move would also provide solutions to the financial problems that most Korean investors face.

The well-informed businessman keeps up with all the current trends that affect the business world. Concerning the ‘Recent Market Selloff Caused by China Miseries’, Tim’s opinion was that the correction that was caused by market volatility sparked by China was a common occurrence and a healthy one. He is also very open-minded as he views the period of instability in China as a source of vast business opportunities and investments.

Helane Morrison Working on Faith

Helane Morrison, who now holds the position of Chief Compliance Officer at one of the largest advisory firms in San Francisco, Hall Capital Partners LLC, is determined to make a different in the compliance world. She also holds a position as a member of the company’s Executive Committee.

Helane Morrison knows that people lost faith in the financial industry since the collapse in 2008. They feel that the top executives and biggest firms mishandled their money and the situation that led up to the crash. As a result, people across the country took money out of the financial industry and held on to it in their own hands. This created a dangerously stagnant situation, all because of the lack of faith people had in the industry.

Helane Morrison is working to fix that issue. She is ushering in a new era of accountability, integrity, and regulatory compliance for the financial service industry. She is trying to rescue the public while saving the economic world o the United States.

Morrison plans to do this using her natural assertive and firm nature. By working hard for her clients, she is trying to build up a realistic level of trust between her, her clients, and the major firms of the industry. Her and her team personally go through each and every brokerage firm and financial adviser that she suggests her clients use. She is looking for the most trustworthy and ethically sound company’s she can.

After the fact, she and her team follow up on and suspicious issues that may potentially arise. Her team will enforce disciplinary action which could potentially, and if necessary, amount to correction practices and even criminal charges.

Helane Morrison is uniquely qualified to handle this seemingly impossible mission considering her professional background. She, for nearly a decade, was the head of the San Francisco Office of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Within this position, she was involved in the enforcement of securities and litigation matters. While in this role, she advised over five Northwest states at a position of Regional Director.

At the SEC she handled fraud cases from top executives at company’s such as Google and HBO. In addition, she exposed a fraud case for an insurance company that was serving military personnel.

Overall, Helane Morrison is interested in righting the wrongs that were done to the US population from the financial service industry. She is looking to put faith back in the average citizen.

Stephen Murray Passes Away at 53

Stephen Murray CCMP Capital left Boston College with his degree in Economics in hand and began his career in the dizzying world of investments and acquisitions. He initially joined Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, went to Manufacturers Hanover Equity then merged with Chemical Ventures Partners which further merged into Chase Manhattan Corporation. Saying he was successful is an understatement. He rose through the ranks of various investment houses to become co-founder of CCMP in 2006.

CCMP is a LLC, a limited liability company, based in New York. It is a private equity investment firm specializing in the acquisition of companies. CCMP now has offices in London and Houston, Texas as well as its home base in New York City. CCMP has brought forward private companies into the public realm. Offering dynamic growth on crunchbase to those profitable companies it has acquired, as well as offering investment opportunities to the public through the issuance of IPO’s.

CCMP has concentrated on companies in the consumer/retail field as well as those in industrial, energy and healthcare sectors. Since 1984 it has acquired $16,000,000,000.00 worth of properties in its acquisition endeavors.

Stephen Murray besides being the co-founder and CEO of CCMP was also a philanthropist, supporting the New York based Make-A-Wish Foundation. This charitable organization works with critically ill children and gives recipients the gift of joy. It may be the best but last time experience for some of the recipients. We can only imagine the good efforts Stephen Murray could have achieved had he not left the world so soon.

In the high stakes and high energy field of investment companies where Brooks Brothers suits, starched white collared shirts and cigars are de rigueuer it is comforting to know that executive officers, like Stephen Murray, care about more things than the company’s bottom line or in the case of CCMP the last acquisition.