Who owns NVIDIA?

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Who owns the company NVIDIA?

Daniel Steinhold Asked question March 30, 2024

NVIDIA Corporation is a publicly traded company, which means that it is owned by its shareholders. Any individual or institutional investor can purchase shares of NVIDIA stock, which represent a portion of ownership in the company. As of 2021, NVIDIA has over 2 billion outstanding shares of common stock.

The largest individual shareholders of NVIDIA are its co-founders, Jensen Huang, Chris Malachowsky, and Curtis Priem. Combined, they own approximately 5% of the company's outstanding shares. However, the majority of NVIDIA's stock is owned by institutional investors, such as mutual funds, pension funds, and hedge funds.

As of the latest available data, the top institutional shareholders of NVIDIA are The Vanguard Group, Inc., BlackRock, Inc., and Capital Research and Management Company. These companies own large portions of NVIDIA's outstanding shares and have significant influence on the company's decision-making processes.

It's worth noting that ownership of a publicly traded company like NVIDIA can be fluid, as shareholders can buy and sell shares on the open market. As a result, the ownership structure of the company can change over time. Nevertheless, NVIDIA will always be ultimately owned by its shareholders, who have the power to elect the company's board of directors and vote on important matters at annual shareholder meetings.

Daniel Steinhold Changed status to publish March 30, 2024

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