Oil Billionaire George Kaiser’s Foundation Has $1.59 Million Stake In Ryanair Holdings plc

George Kaiser

American oil billionaire George Kaiser’s Family Foundation raised its holdings in Ryanair Holdings plc (NASDAQ:RYAAY) by 30.5% during the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). According to a report by Rockland Register, the institutional investor owned 21,216 shares of the transportation company’s stock after buying an additional 4,961 shares during the period. Ryanair comprises about 0.6% of George Kaiser Family Foundation’s holdings, making the stock its 11th largest position. George Kaiser Family Foundation’s holdings in Ryanair were worth $1,590,000 at the end of the most recent quarter.

A number of other institutional investors have also bought and sold shares of the business. Pinnacle Bank purchased a new stake in shares of Ryanair during the 4th quarter worth approximately $31,000. BRITISH COLUMBIA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT Corp bought a new position in shares of Ryanair during the fourth quarter worth about $84,000. Quadrant Capital Group LLC lifted its position in shares of Ryanair by 69.7% during the first quarter. Quadrant Capital Group LLC now owns 1,583 shares of the transportation company’s stock worth $116,000 after purchasing an additional 650 shares during the last quarter. We Are One Seven LLC bought a new position in shares of Ryanair during the fourth quarter worth about $116,000. Finally, US Bancorp DE raised its stake in Ryanair by 9.5% during the first quarter. US Bancorp DE now owns 1,700 shares of the transportation company’s stock worth $127,000 after acquiring an additional 147 shares during the period. Institutional investors own 43.06% of the company’s stock.

Founded by American energy billionaire George Kaiser in 1999, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, founded in 1999, invests heavily in expanding the availability of high-quality, early childhood education for low-income children in Tulsa County because research studies suggest that giving at-risk infants and toddlers exposure to such programs is the most effective way to improve their opportunity for success in school and life.

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