Vector Capital names new CFO

Vector Capital has hired Jim Murray as chief financial officer. Previously, Murray worked at Blum Capital where he served as a CFO and chief administrative officer.


SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vector Capital, a leading private equity firm specializing in transformational investments in established technology businesses, welcomes Jim Murray as Chief Financial Officer.

“We are delighted to welcome Jim to Vector,” said Alex Slusky, Vector’s Chief Investment Officer. “Jim is a seasoned and thoughtful finance executive with extensive experience in tax, finance and compliance. Jim has worked with multiple liquid and illiquid investment strategies and structures and brings added strength and breadth to our finance and administration team. We are thrilled to have recruited a CFO of Jim’s caliber to Vector.”

Murray joins Vector after 14 years at Blum Capital, where he was the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. Prior to that Jim worked at California Federal Bank, Coopers & Lybrand, and Kenneth Leventhal & Company where he specialized in tax matters. Jim graduated from San Francisco State University and has a Masters of Taxation from Golden Gate University.

About Vector Capital
Vector Capital is a leading global private equity firm specializing in transformational investments in established technology businesses. Vector identifies and pursues these complex investments in both the private and public markets. Vector actively partners with management teams to devise and execute new financial and business strategies that materially improve the competitive standing of these businesses and enhance their value for employees, customers and shareholders. Among Vector’s notable investments are 20-20 Technologies, Allegro Development, Cambium Networks, Certara, CollabNet, Corel Software, Gerber Technologies, IPVALUE Management, LANDesk Software, RAE Systems,, SafeNet, Technicolor, Teletrac, Tidel, WatchGuard Technologies, and WinZip.