Before the company officially adopted the acronym CCMP Capital in 2006, it was known as JPMorgan Chase Partners. Several buyouts and acquisitions later, the private equity firm is still one of the most successful in the world. Today, CCMP Capital has a portfolio of $12 billion and offices all over the world. The company’s specialized expertise invests heavily in consumer/retail, industrial, healthcare and chemical/energy.

The company was founded as Chemical Venture Partners in 1984. Over two decades, it served as Chemical Bank’s private equity arm. Over the years, the company continued to expand by acquiring Chase Manhattan, The Beacon Group, JP Morgan Chase and Robert Fleming & Co. just to name a few. When JPMorgan Partners split from JPMorgan Chase, CCMP Capital was the result. During this time, a number of private equity firms were spinning off from major banks.

Steve Murray was the CEO of CCMP Capital until his death in early 2015. Murray had been at the firm for over two decades when he suddenly took medical leave due to an undisclosed illness. Steve Murray was instrumental in guiding CCMP through a number of tenuous spinoffs. The Boston College and Columbia Business School alum was active in his community and served on many local boards. “Our deepest condolences and prayers are to his wife and children,” says newly installed CCMP CEO Greg Brenneman on The Fortune. “His contributions will be sorely missed.”

CCMP holds the portfolio of some of the most prestigious companies in the world including Aramark, Warner Chilcott, The Hillman Group, Quiznos Sub, Crosstown Traders, The Tennis Channel, Guitar Center Inc. and Pinnacle Food Group. Under Brenneman’s leadership, CCMP expects to acquire new clients and expand its bottom line even more. “It is our goal to provide efficiency and growth to all of the corporations we manage,” says Brenneman.