institutional ownership

Institutional Ownership

A situation in which a company's majority shareholder or sole owner is an institutional investor such as a mutual fund, insurance company, closed-end investment company, or something else. For example, Acme Brick is under the institutional ownership of Berkshire Hathaway which is an insurance and investment company. See also: Wholly Owned Subsidiary.

institutional ownership

The ownership of a company's stock by mutual funds, pension funds, and other institutional investors, generally expressed as percentage of outstanding shares. A high proportion of institutional ownership may result in relatively large changes in a stock's price, as institutions tend to buy and sell the same stocks at the same time.
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We examine the association between institutional ownership and defined benefit (DB) pension decisions.
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We first applied Hausman (1978) test for endogeneity for both institutional ownership and firm performance variables that are suspected to be endogeneous.
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KRC's clients range from mature companies with high percentages of institutional ownership and strong analyst coverage to turnarounds and companies just beginning or completing the IPO process.
Property managers have significantly expanded their level of expertise as the institutional ownership marketplace has evolved.
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This paper investigates whether the level of institutional ownership has any effect on the market reaction to announcements of a firm-level "event", namely the issuance of equity.
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The dominance of institutional ownership will strengthen the foundation of the area's office property market in the months and years to come.

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