Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos announced on Thursday that they had finalized their divorce, after having agreed on how to divide their shares in e-commerce giant Amazon – one of the world’s most valuable companies.
MacKenzie announced on Twitter that she would hand over voting control of her shares to her ex-husband, along with her interests in Blue Origin and The Washington Post.
Shares of Amazon were trading slightly lower on Thursday afternoon.
Here’s a look at the company’s top shareholders, according to data from Thomson Reuters:
1. Jeff Bezos
The CEO will maintain 75 percent of the stock he and MacKenzie had in the company (Amazon is valued at nearly $900 billion). Together, they previously held about 16 percent of outstanding shares, of which she will retain ownership of 4 percent. That leaves him with a 12 percent stake, valued around $107 billion.
Investment management company will maintain its place as the second largest holder of Amazon stock, holding about 6.2 percent, or 30.5 million, outstanding shares. That is valued around $60 billion.
3. MacKenzie Bezos
Following the divorce, MacKenzie will retain about 4 percent of outstanding Amazon common stock – valued at about $35.6 billion. This ranks her as the third largest stakeholder in the company.
4. Fidelity Management & Research Company
Fidelity Management & Research is now bumped down to fourth place, from its previously occupied third spot. The company owns about 3.56 percent of outstanding shares of e-commerce giant Amazon.
5. BlackRock Institutional Trust Company
Asset management firm BlackRock owns 3.54 percent of outstanding shares, or about 17.4 million.
Rounding out the top 10 are: T. Rowe Price Associates, State Street Global Advisors, Geode Capital Management, Capital Research Global Investors and Capital International Investors.