Insider overview: BOK Financial Corp.
BY THOMSON FINANCIAL REPORTS
Monday, December 03, 2012
12/03/12 at 3:02 AM
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Steven E. Nell, chief financial officer, on Nov. 20 sold 3,000 direct shares at $56 with a market value of $168,000. BOKF shares historically rose an average 3.9 percent in the six months following Nell's previous seven insider sell decisions, according to Thomson.
BOK Financial Corp. is a Tulsa-based parent of Bank of Oklahoma and brokerage firm BOSC Inc. and operates the TransFund electronic funds network.
AAON Inc.: John B. Johnson Jr., officer and director, on Nov. 20 exercised options to purchase 13,500 shares at $8 to $10.37 per share with a market value of $123,480. On the same day, Johnson sold 13,500 direct shares of AAON at $20.20 each for a total $272,700.
Commerce Bancshares Inc.: V. Raymond Stranghoener, officer, on Nov. 21 exercised options to purchase 21,714 shares at $32.16 with a market value of $698,310. On the same day, Stranghoener sold 14,576 direct shares at $36.21 with a market value of $527,794.
Dillard's Inc.: William T. Dillard II, CEO, on Nov. 27 exercised options to purchase 500,000 shares at $25.74 with a market value of $12,870,000. Chief Financial officer James Freeman, also on Nov. 27, exercised options to purchase 60,000 shares at $25.74 with a market value of $1,544,400.
Alex Dillard, president, on Nov. 27 exercised options to purchase 500,000 shares at $25.74 with a market value of $12,870,000.
On Nov. 26, the Little Rock, Ark., based clothing retailer announced it would pay a special, one-time dividend of $5 per share. The payout will be Dec. 21 to shareholders of record on Dec. 7.