As oil and gas companies file their required annual reports of investment firms controlling some of their shares, Chesapeake is one of the latest.
Its’ filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission focuses on State Street Corporation, which has shared dispositive power over 104,751,590 shares in the Oklahoma City company.
The Boston, Massachusetts-based firm also has shared voting power for 102,487,599 shares representing 5.36% of Chesapeake’s shares.
It is one of the largest asset management companies in the world with US$2.511 trillion under management and US$31.62 trillion under custody and administration. It is the second largest custodian bank in the world.