Who owns the company VISA, Inc.? Visa trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol NYSE: V. As a large, public company there are many shareholders, but who owns and controls VISA?
This chart of VISA's organizational structure shows two owners and two groups of owners: members of the Board of Directors, the named executive officers, BlackRock, and Vanguard.
Board of Directors ownership
Directors, excluding Alfred Kelly, own 267,614 Class A shares, which is not a material percent of the outstanding shares.
Alfred Kelly sits on the Board of Directors and is the President & CEO. This company organization chart shows an ownership line from the pool of directors to VISA, Inc. The Class A shares noted on that line, exclude the Class A shares owned by Alfred Kelly. The company org chart shows his connection to the Board of Directors and to the group of officers.
The Officers have disclosed holdings for Class A shares as beneficial owners that are vested and those that are available within 60 days of the SEC filing:
|Alfred Kelly||Chair & CEO||179,862||575,370||755,232|
|Rajat Taneja||President, Technology||272,074||450,924||722,998|
|Vasant Prabhu||Chief Financial Officer||73,312||398,355||471,667|
|Kelly Tullier||CP&AO & Corp. Secretary||43,015||181,459||224,474|
Outside Beneficial Owners
Two mutual fund companies - The Vanguard Group and BlackRock – own enough shares to require disclosure as beneficial owners. The Vanguard Group has 8.5% of Class A shares. BlackRock owns 7.5% of Class A shares.