SecurityOME / Omega Protein Corp. (68210P107)
CEO and PresidentScholtes Bret
IndustryFats And Oils
Institutional Owners8
Institutional Shares2,349,299 - 10.45%
Common Shares Outstanding22,478,928 shares (as of 2017-09-30)
Institutional Value$ 52,099,000 USD

Institutional Stock Ownership and Shareholders

OME / Omega Protein Corp. Institutional Ownership

Omega Protein Corp. (NYSE:OME) has 8 institutional investors and shareholders that have filed 13D/G or 13F forms with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). These institutions hold a total of 2,349,299 shares. Largest shareholders include Numeric Investors Llc, BlackRock Fund Advisors, BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A., BlackRock Investment Management, LLC, Commonwealth Equity Services, Inc, BlackRock Advisors LLC, BlackRock Group LTD, and Kernodle & Katon Asset Management Group, LLC.
Omega Protein Corp. (NYSE:OME) ownership structure shows current positions in the company by institutions and funds, as well as latest changes in position size. Major shareholders can include individual investors, mutual funds, hedge funds, or institutions. The Schedule 13D indicates that the investor holds more than 5% of the company and intends to actively pursue a change in business strategy. Schedule 13G indicates a passive investment of over 5%. Green rows indicate new positions. Red rows indicate closed positions. Click the link icon to see the full transaction history.

File DateFormInvestor Opt Prev
Shares
Current
Shares
Change
(Percent)
Prev Value
($1000)
Current Value
($1000)
Change
(Percent)
2017-02-10 13F-HR BlackRock Investment Management, LLC 92,511 91,261 -1.35 2,162 2,286 5.74
2017-02-10 13F-HR BlackRock Group LTD 13,537 6,654 -50.85 316 167 -47.15
2018-02-16 13F-HR/A Commonwealth Equity Services, Inc 14,953 30,955 107.02 268 515 92.16
2018-02-14 13F-HR CORNERSTONE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT HOLDINGS LLC. 201,494 0 -100.00 3,354 0 -100.00
2017-08-14 13F-HR NUMERIC INVESTORS LLC 940,511 907,811 -3.48 18,857 16,250 -13.83
2017-02-10 13F-HR BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A. 579,896 578,414 -0.26 13,552 14,489 6.91
2017-02-10 13F-HR BlackRock Fund Advisors 614,886 722,527 17.51 14,370 18,099 25.95
2017-02-10 13F-HR BlackRock Advisors LLC 11,944 11,645 -2.50 279 292 4.66
2018-02-14 13F-HR NUMERIC INVESTORS LLC 537,792 0 -100.00 8,954 0 -100.00
2017-01-13 13F-HR MetLife Securities, Inc 3 0 -100.00 0 0
2017-05-12 13F-HR Kernodle & Katon Asset Management Group, LLC 32 1

Related News Stories

Latest Attack on Omega Protein from Paul Eidman Gets More Wrong Than Right

2018-10-18 accesswire
REEDVILLE, VA / ACCESSWIRE / October 18, 2018 / Paul Eidman's recent essay attacking Omega Protein, "Trouble Comes To Town," published by the Marine Fish Conservation Network, is the latest to get key facts wrong about the menhaden fishery and Omega Protein's operations.

Contrary to Activist Claims, Omega Protein's Operations in Federal Waters Are Sustainable, Comply With Fisheries Regulations

2018-09-12 accesswire
REEDVILLE, VA / ACCESSWIRE / September 12, 2018 / Over the past two weeks, activist groups, including Gotham Whale, the Teddy Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, and Menhaden Defenders, have attacked Omega Protein's operations in federal waters off the New York and New Jersey coast. This has led to widespread misinformation about the health of the menhaden fishery and the Company's operations.

New York Activists Make False Accusations Against Menhaden Fishermen

2018-08-31 accesswire
REEDVILLE, VA / ACCESSWIRE / August 31, 2018 / Late yesterday, Gotham Whale of Staten Island, New York and Menhaden Defenders posted material on Facebook suggesting that legal, regulated fishing of menhaden in federal waters off New York and New Jersey would leave marine mammals such as humpback whales and dolphins with nothing to eat, resulting in the whales moving to other waters. The two posts specifically cited normal fishing activity by Omega Protein Corporation vessels.

Omega Protein Statement on ASMFC Vote to Postpone Menhaden Non-Compliance Finding

2018-08-08 accesswire
REEDVILLE, VA / ACCESSWIRE / August 8, 2018 / Yesterday, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's (ASMFC) Menhaden Management Board voted to postpone a decision on whether to find the Virginia menhaden fishery out of compliance with the Commission's management plan over the fact that the state has not reduced the cap on the harvest of menhaden in the Chesapeake Bay. Omega Protein believes the decision by the Commission will allow the state, the Company, fishery stakeholders, and unions representing fishermen to develop an equitable solution and an appropriate harvest level in the Chesapeake Bay.

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