William Byron Jr. Bright Net Worth

The estimated Net Worth of William Byron Jr. Bright is at least $1.44 Million dollars as of 23 August 2019. William Bright owns over 5,926 units of KBR stock worth over $1,437,452 and over the last 2 years William sold KBR stock worth over $0.

William Bright KBR stock SEC Form 4 insider trading

William has made over 1 trades of the KBR stock since 2019, according to the Form 4 filled with the SEC. Most recently William exercised 5,926 units of KBR stock worth $89,186 on 23 August 2019.

The largest trade William’s ever made was exercising 5,926 units of KBR stock on 23 August 2019 worth over $89,186. On average, William trades about 494 units every 0 days since 2017. As of 23 August 2019 William still owns at least 49,380 units of KBR stock.

You can see the complete history of William Bright stock trades at the bottom of the page.

What’s William Bright’s mailing address?

William’s mailing address filed with the SEC is 601 JEFFERSON STREET, , HOUSTON, TX, 77002.

Insider trading at KBR

Over the last 13 years, insiders at KBR have traded over $2,883,608,934 worth of KBR stock and bought 2,022,736 units worth $49,191,803 . The most active insider traders include Cokellogg Energy Services, …, Jeffrey L Et Al Gendell, and John R Huff. On average, KBR executives and independent directors trade stock every 71 days with the average trade being worth of $63,223,839. The most recent stock trade was executed by Eileen Akerson on 4 November 2019, trading 1,278 units of KBR stock currently worth $27,081.

What does KBR do?

KBR, Inc. engages in the provision of differentiated professional services and technologies across the asset and program life-cycle within the government services and hydrocarbons industries. It operates through the following segments: Government Services, Technology, Hydrocarbons Services, Non-strategic Business, and Other. The Government Services segment provides full life-cycle support solutions to defense, space, aviation, and other programs and missions for military and other government agencies. The Technology segment combines KBR’s proprietary technologies, equipment, and catalyst supply and associated knowledge-based services into a global business for refining, petrochemicals, inorganic, and specialty chemicals as well as gasification, syngas, ammonia, nitric acid, and fertilizers. The Hydrocarbons Services segment provides comprehensive project planning and program delivery capability globally. The Non-strategic Business segment represents the operations or activities which the company intends to exit upon completion of existing contracts. The Other segment includes corporate expenses and general and administrative expenses not allocated to the business segments above. The company was founded on March 21, 2006 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.

What does KBR’s logo look like?

Complete history of William Bright stock trades at KBR

KBR executives and stock owners

KBR executives and other stock owners filed with the SEC include:

  • Stuart Bradie, President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
  • Farhan Mujib, President – Delivery Solutions
  • J. Jay Ibrahim, President – Energy Services
  • Ian Mackey, Executive Vice President, Chief Corporate Officer
  • Mark Sopp, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
  • Mark Baldwin, Independent Director
  • Jack Moore, Independent Director
  • Lester Lyles, Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
  • Umberto della Sala, Independent Director
  • Ann Pickard, Independent Director
  • James Blackwell, Independent Director
  • Wendy Masiello, Independent Director
  • Gregory Conlon, Chief Digital and Development Officer
  • Raymond Carney, Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President
  • Eileen Akerson, Executive Vice President, General Counsel
  • John Derbyshire, President – Technology
  • W. Byron Bright, President – KBR Government Services U.S.
  • Jeffrey E Curtiss, Director
  • Richard J Slater, Director
  • Nelson Rowe, Chief Accounting Officer
  • Roger A. Wiederkehr, President, KBRwyle
  • Andrew Pringle, President, Government Services
  • Kenneth Graham Hill, EVP- GBDS
  • Jan Egil Braendeland, President, E&C (EMEA)
  • Brian K Ferraioli, EVP Chief Financial Officer
  • Loren K Carroll, Director
  • Andrew Barrie, President Gov’t Solutions EMEA
  • David Lee Zimmerman, Senior Vice President
  • Mark S Williams, Group President – IG&P
  • John L Rose, EVP, Energy & Chemicals
  • Dennis Lee Calton, Senior Vice President
  • Susan K Carter, Executive VP – CFO
  • T Kevin Denicola, Sr. VP and CFO
  • Tom Mumford, Senior Vice President
  • Timothy B. Challand, President, Technology
  • John W Jr Gann, VP & Chief Accounting Officer
  • Klaudia Brace, Senior VP, Administration
  • John W. Quinn, President, Downstream
  • Bruce A Stanski, EVP, Govt & Infrastructure
  • Jeffrey L Et Al Gendell, 10% owner
  • Cokellogg Energy Services, …,
  • Iain Robert Fulton, Vice President, Internal Audit
  • Charles E. Schneider, VP, Treasurer & Interim CFO
  • Ronald B Crowell, Vice President, Financial Ops
  • Cedric W. Burgher, Senior VP and CFO
  • Roy Oelking, Group President – Hydrocarbons
  • Robert David Zelinski, President, Onshore E&CA
  • Ivor Harrington, Group President, Services
  • W Frank Blount, Director
  • Michel P Dauzat, Group President – Services
  • Dennis S Baldwin, VP Chief Accounting Officer
  • Andrew Summers, Group President, IGP
  • William P Utt, President and CEO
  • John R Huff, Director
  • Linda Z Cook, Director
  • Andrew D Farley, SVP, Gen Counsel & Secretary