Investment Management Cod3 … Net Worth

The estimated Net Worth of Investment Management Cod3 … is at least $9.14 Million dollars as of 21 July 2008. Investment Cod3 owns over 12,600 units of Brooks Automation stock worth over $9,142,332 and over the last 12 years Investment sold BRKS stock worth over $0.

Investment Cod3 BRKS stock SEC Form 4 insider trading

Investment has made over 2 trades of the Brooks Automation stock since 2007, according to the Form 4 filled with the SEC. Most recently Investment bought 12,600 units of BRKS stock worth $109,746 on 21 July 2008.

The largest trade Investment’s ever made was buying 36,431 units of Brooks Automation stock on 24 September 2007 worth over $512,220. On average, Investment trades about 24,516 units every 151 days since 2007. As of 21 July 2008 Investment still owns at least 205,123 units of Brooks Automation stock.

You can see the complete history of Investment Cod3 stock trades at the bottom of the page.

Insider trading at Brooks Automation

Over the last 16 years, insiders at Brooks Automation have traded over $41,752,927 worth of Brooks Automation stock and bought 84,885 units worth $755,883 . The most active insider traders include A Clinton Allen, Amin J Khoury, and Stephen S Schwartz. On average, Brooks Automation executives and independent directors trade stock every 25 days with the average trade being worth of $484,164. The most recent stock trade was executed by Jason Joseph on 24 October 2019, trading 5,478 units of BRKS stock currently worth $232,815.

What does Brooks Automation do?

Brooks Automation, Inc. engages in the provision of automation and cryogenic solutions for multiple markets, including semiconductor capital equipment and life science biological sample management and storage. It operates through the following business segments: Brooks Semiconductor Solutions Group; and Brooks Life Science Systems. The Brooks Semiconductor Solutions Group segment include atmospheric and vacuum robots, robotic modules and tool automation systems that provide precision handling and clean wafer environments, as well as cryogenic pumps and compressors that provide vacuum pumping and thermal management solutions used to create and control critical process vacuum applications. The Brooks Life Science Systems segment provides automated cold sample management systems for compound and biological sample storage, equipment for sample preparation and handling, consumables, and parts and support services to a range of life science customers including pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, bio-banks and research institutes. The company was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Chelmsford, MA.

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Complete history of Investment Cod3 stock trades at Brooks Automation

Brooks Automation executives and stock owners

Brooks Automation executives and other stock owners filed with the SEC include:

  • Stephen Schwartz, President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
  • Lindon Robertson, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
  • David Jarzynka, Senior Vice President, General Manager of Brooks Semiconductor Solutions Group
  • David Gray, Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy and New Business Officer
  • William Montone, Senior Vice President – Human Resources
  • Joseph Martin, Independent Chairman of the Board
  • Ellen Zane, Independent Director
  • John McGillicuddy, Independent Director
  • Krishna Palepu, Independent Director
  • Alfred Woollacott, Independent Director
  • A. Clinton Allen, Independent Director
  • Mark Wrighton, Independent Director
  • Kirk Pond, Independent Director
  • Robyn Davis, Independent Director
  • Michael Rosenblatt, Director
  • Sherry Dinsmore, IR Contact Officer
  • David Pietrantoni, Principal Accounting Officer, Vice President – Finance, Corporate Controller
  • Jason Joseph, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
  • Maurice H. Tenney, President-Brooks Life Sciences
  • Sally White, SVP, Global Services
  • Chong Sup Park, Director
  • A. Michaud Steven, SVP, Critical Components Group
  • John Lillig, SVP, MD, Brooks Life Sciences
  • Guojuan Liao, President, GENEWIZ
  • Marvin G Schorr,
  • Gregory Marvell, VP, Extended Factory Group
  • Robert Lepofsky, Director
  • Shaun Wilson, VP, Global Customer Operations
  • Thomas S Grilk, Sr. VP and General Counsel
  • Ralf K Wuellner, President, Global Cust Op Grp
  • Juergen Giessmann, Director
  • Amin J Khoury, Director
  • Charles M Mckenna, Executive VP
  • Steven P Wentzell, SVP, Human Resources
  • Jeffrey A Cassis, SVP, Global Sales and Service
  • Santo Dinaro, SVP, Hardware Automation Group
  • Peter Frasso, SVP Global Operations
  • Roger D Emerick, Director
  • Joseph Bellini, S.V.P. Software Group
  • Robert J Therrien, PRESIDENT
  • Investment Management Cod3 …,
  • Michael W Pippins, Sr VP Corporate Marketing
  • Robert W Jr Woodbury, SVP and CFO
  • Richard Small, VP Corporate Controller
  • James Gentilcore, President & COO
  • Robert E Anastasi, Executive Vice President
  • Edward C Grady, President and COO
  • Mark D Morelli, EVP – Chief Operating Officer
  • Martin S Headley, EVP & Chief Financial Officer
  • Thomas Leitzke, SVP, Global Operations
  • Kush Mirchandani, SVP, Worldwide Sales
  • Timothy S Mathews, Principal Accounting Officer
  • Clinton M. Haris, VP, Systems Solutions Group