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Ronald E. Nelson Insider Information

Director of Columbia Sportswear


Ronald E. Nelson (age 75) has served on the Board of Directors since 2011. He joined NIKE, Inc. in 1976 and went on to serve as Vice President from 1982 to 1997, overseeing a wide variety of operations, including NIKE’s early advertising, promotions and retail operations, global footwear sourcing and financing, and the global apparel division, and he served as President of NIKE’s Japanese subsidiary from 1995 to1997, retiring from NIKE in 1997. Mr. Nelson served as an advisory board member to Columbia in the 1970s and today serves as an informal advisor to several small companies. Mr. Nelson’s broad and deep experience within the apparel and footwear industry provides the Board with insights and guidance regarding our global supply chain, marketing and growth strategies.

What is Ronald E. Nelson's net worth?

The estimated net worth of Ronald E. Nelson is at least $1.10 million as of May 5th, 2022. Mr. Nelson owns 14,402 shares of Columbia Sportswear stock worth more than $1,101,609 as of August 15th. This net worth evaluation does not reflect any other investments that Mr. Nelson may own. Learn More about Ronald E. Nelson's net worth.

How do I contact Ronald E. Nelson?

The corporate mailing address for Mr. Nelson and other Columbia Sportswear executives is 14375 NORTHWEST SCIENCE PARK DRIVE, PORTLAND OR, 97229. Columbia Sportswear can also be reached via phone at (503) 985-4000 and via email at [email protected] Learn More on Ronald E. Nelson's contact information.

Has Ronald E. Nelson been buying or selling shares of Columbia Sportswear?

Ronald E. Nelson has not been actively trading shares of Columbia Sportswear during the last ninety days. Most recently, Ronald E. Nelson sold 3,706 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Thursday, May 5th. The shares were sold at an average price of $80.16, for a transaction totalling $297,072.96. Following the completion of the sale, the director now directly owns 14,402 shares of the company's stock, valued at $1,154,464.32. Learn More on Ronald E. Nelson's trading history.

Who are Columbia Sportswear's active insiders?

Columbia Sportswear's insider roster includes Stephen Babson (Director), Sarah Bany (Major Shareholder), Joseph Boyle (EVP), Peter Bragdon (CAO), Franco Fogliato (EVP), Walter Klenz (Director), Lisa Kulok (EVP), Douglas Morse (SVP), Ronald Nelson (Director), and Gertrude Trust (Major Shareholder). Learn More on Columbia Sportswear's active insiders.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Columbia Sportswear?

In the last year, Columbia Sportswear insiders bought shares 1 times. They purchased a total of 300 shares worth more than $22,905.00. In the last year, insiders at the textile maker sold shares 4 times. They sold a total of 7,991 shares worth more than $685,899.97. The most recent insider tranaction occured on May, 6th when CAO Peter J Bragdon bought 300 shares worth more than $22,905.00. Insiders at Columbia Sportswear own 42.4 % of the company. Learn More about insider trades at Columbia Sportswear.

Information on this page was last updated on 5/6/2022.

Ronald E. Nelson Insider Trading History at Columbia Sportswear

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
5/5/2022Sell3,706$80.16$297,072.9614,402View SEC Filing Icon  
2/24/2021Sell3,486$105.52$367,842.7210,938View SEC Filing Icon  
2/22/2019Sell7,216$105.26$759,556.165,425View SEC Filing Icon  
5/25/2016Sell2,776$53.20$147,683.203,080View SEC Filing Icon  
2/18/2015Sell2,516$55.20$138,883.20View SEC Filing Icon  
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Ronald E. Nelson Buying and Selling Activity at Columbia Sportswear

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Columbia Sportswear Company Overview

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Columbia Sportswear Company, together with its subsidiaries, designs, sources, markets, and distributes outdoor, active, and everyday lifestyle apparel, footwear, accessories, and equipment in the United States, Latin America, the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Canada. The company provides apparel, accessories, and equipment that are used in various activities, such as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, climbing, mountaineering, camping, hunting, fishing, trail running, water sports, yoga, golf, and adventure travel. It also offers footwear products that include lightweight hiking boots, trail running shoes, rugged cold weather boots for activities on snow and ice, sandals and shoes for use in water activities, and function-first fashion footwear and casual shoes for everyday use. The company sells its products under the Columbia, Mountain Hardwear, SOREL, and prAna brand names through the company owned network of branded and outlet retail stores, brand-specific e-commerce sites, and concession-based arrangements with third-parties at branded outlet and shop-in-shop retail locations, as well as through independently operated specialty outdoor and sporting goods stores, sporting goods chains, department store chains, Internet retailers, and international distributors. As of December 31, 2021, it operated approximately 455 retail stores. The company was founded in 1938 and is headquartered in Portland, Oregon.
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Today's Range

Now: $76.49
Low: $75.89
High: $77.05

50 Day Range

MA: $74.21
Low: $68.73
High: $80.63

2 Week Range

Now: $76.49
Low: $68.29
High: $107.50

Volume

376,014 shs

Average Volume

426,111 shs

Market Capitalization

$4.81 billion

P/E Ratio

15.15

Dividend Yield

1.57%

Beta

0.89
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