Lyft’s valuation is now nearing $30 billion making its early investors likely very happy and rich.
Lyft co-founder and CEO Logan Green
After the IPO: Green will own nearly 7.7 million Class B shares.
Lyft co-founder and president John Zimmer
After the IPO: Zimmer will own 5.1 million Class B shares.
In 2016, GM invested $500 million in Lyft and it currently owns 18.6 million Class A shares -- or about 8 percent of the company. It is poised to make more than $1 billion on Friday.
Fidelity currently owns about 18.5 million Class A shares --also about 8 percent of the company. It, too, is poised to make more than $1 billion on Friday.
Ben Horowitz for Andreessen Horowitz
As an early investor in Lyft during the company's Series C, Andreessen Horowitz owns more than 15 million Class A shares or about 6.25 percent of the company.
Carl Icahn and Jonathan Christodoro of Icahn Enterprises
In 2015, activist billionaire Carl Icahn made big news when he invested $100 million in Lyft. Ichan Enterprises Managing Director Jonathan Christodoro is also on Lyft's board. However, according to the S-1, Christodoro only has 12,856 Class A shares.
An early angel investor and adviser for Lyft, joining the board in 2016, Aggarwal has 1.4 milion Class A shares.
Hiroshi Mikitani for Rakuten
The Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten invested $300 million in Lyft in 2015. Its founder, Hiroshi Mikitani, later joined the company's board. Rakuten currently owns more than 31 million Class A shares-- or 13 percent of the company -- making it the largest shareholder of the company.
President Barack Obama's former senior adviser, Valerie Jarrett, joined Lyft's board of directors in July 2017 and has more than 6,600 Class A shares.