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NASDAQ: OXSQ
Oxford Square Capital Corp Stock Ownership - Who owns Oxford Square Capital?

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OXSQ Shareholders

What type of owners hold Oxford Square Capital Corp stock?
Institutional
Insider
Retail
NameHoldSharesValueType
Charles M. Royce4.35%2,598,409$7.82MInsider
Jonathan H. Cohen3.81%2,274,284$6.85MInsider
Saul B. Rosenthal3.45%2,057,878$6.19MInsider
Two Sigma Investments LP0.86%513,058$1.54MInstitution
Two Sigma Advisers LP0.75%447,913$1.35MInstitution
Legal General Group PLC0.70%419,251$1.26MInstitution
Blackrock Inc0.36%216,181$650.70kInstitution
Moloney Securities Asset Management LLC0.24%143,503$431.94kInstitution
Connor Clark Lunn Investment Management Ltd0.23%135,987$409.32kInstitution
Quadrature Capital Ltd0.22%133,168$400.84kInstitution

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OXSQ vs Asset Management Stocks

TickerInst. %Insider %Net Insider (L12M)Net Insider (L3M)
OXSQ5.25%12.09%
PTMN11.74%88.26%Net Selling
MRCC17.63%3.25%
SWKH18.77%81.23%Net BuyingNet Buying
SAMG45.66%54.34%Net BuyingNet Buying

Oxford Square Capital Stock Ownership FAQ

Who owns Oxford Square Capital?

Oxford Square Capital (NASDAQ: OXSQ) is owned by 5.25% institutional shareholders, 12.09% Oxford Square Capital insiders, and 82.66% retail investors. Charles M. Royce is the largest individual Oxford Square Capital shareholder, owning 2.60M shares representing 4.35% of the company. Charles M. Royce's Oxford Square Capital shares are currently valued at $7.82M.

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