Ford's (NYSE:F) reemergence over the last few years hasn't escaped the attention of the nation's leading investors and money managers, who hold substantial positions in the storied automaker. Its top five institutional shareholders own $11 billion worth of its outstanding common stock, equating to an ownership interest of 19.4%.
This is a sizable stake, but it falls within the range of other large publicly traded firms. General Motors serves as a case in point, with its five biggest shareholders controlling 20.4%, or $11.4 billion worth, of the company's outstanding stock. Boeing provides another example, with its five biggest investors holding 29% of its stock, worth nearly $30 billion.
So, who are Ford's five biggest shareholders? You can find the answer to this question in the brief slideshow below.
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