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Brian John Smith, insider at Coca-Cola

Brian John Smith Insider Information

COO of Coca-Cola
Brian Smith is president and chief operating officer of The Coca‑Cola Company. In this role, he is responsible for leading the company’s global field operations, with a focus on in-market executional leadership, talent development and deployment.
“We must become more entrepreneurial, capitalizing on our size and scale, to accelerate our top-line growth.”

We must become more entrepreneurial, capitalizing on our size and scale, to accelerate our top-line growth.
In addition, he will drive the revenue and profit acceleration of acquired brand platforms such as Costa coffee, via the newly established Global Ventures Group.

From 2016 to 2018 Smith served as president of the company’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Group with responsibility for overseeing the operations of six business units spanning from Western Europe to Russia to Southern Africa. Prior to that role, Smith was group president of Latin America from 2013 to 2016. His key areas of focus in the region included the development and effective deployment of talent, along with building Coca‑Cola leadership in still beverage categories via new, aligned system business models and bolt-on acquisitions in juices, teas and dairy.

Smith joined Coca‑Cola in Atlanta in 1997 as Latin America group manager for mergers and acquisitions. He was responsible for bottler and brand transactions in Latin America and helped formulate and execute system franchise strategies. From 2001 to 2002, he worked as executive assistant to Brian Dyson, chief operating officer and vice chairman. From 2002 to 2008, he was president of the Brazil division and, from 2008 to 2012, served as president for the Mexico division.

What is Brian John Smith's net worth?

The estimated net worth of Brian John Smith is at least $7.40 million as of April 25th, 2022. Mr. Smith owns 116,168 shares of Coca-Cola stock worth more than $7,401,063 as of August 11th. This net worth approximation does not reflect any other investments that Mr. Smith may own. Additionally, Mr. Smith receives a salary of $4,470,000.00 as COO at Coca-Cola. Learn More about Brian John Smith's net worth.

How old is Brian John Smith?

Mr. Smith is currently 67 years old. There are 9 older executives and no younger executives at Coca-Cola. Learn More on Brian John Smith's age.

What is Brian John Smith's salary?

As the COO of The Coca-Cola Company, Mr. Smith earned a total compensation package of $10,462,128.00 in 2021. Mr. Smith earned a salary of $899,250.00, stock awards of $4,971,500.00, options awards of $1,018,444.00, non-equity compensation of $3,185,000.00, and other compensation of $387,934.00.The highest earning executive at Coca-Cola is Mr. James Robert B. Quincey, Chairman & CEO, who commands a salary of $8,120,000.00 per year. Learn More on Brian John Smith's salary.

How do I contact Brian John Smith?

The corporate mailing address for Mr. Smith and other Coca-Cola executives is ONE COCA COLA PLAZA, ATLANTA GA, 30313. Coca-Cola can also be reached via phone at (404) 676-2121 and via email at [email protected] Learn More on Brian John Smith's contact information.

Has Brian John Smith been buying or selling shares of Coca-Cola?

Brian John Smith has not been actively trading shares of Coca-Cola within the last three months. Most recently, Brian John Smith sold 35,800 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Monday, April 25th. The shares were sold at an average price of $67.04, for a transaction totalling $2,400,032.00. Following the completion of the sale, the chief operating officer now directly owns 116,168 shares of the company's stock, valued at $7,787,902.72. Learn More on Brian John Smith's trading history.

Who are Coca-Cola's active insiders?

Coca-Cola's insider roster includes Henrique Braun (Insider), Lisa Chang (SVP), James Dinkins (SVP), Monica Douglas (SVP), Carolyn Everson (Director), Bernhard Goepelt (VP), Nikolaos Koumettis (Insider), Robert Long (SVP), Kathy Loveless (VP), Jennifer Mann (SVP), Larry Mark (VP), John Murphy (CFO), Beatriz Perez (SVP), Nancy Quan (SVP), James Quincey (CEO), James Quincey (Chairman & CEO ), Mark Randazza (Insider), Alfredo Rivera (Insider), Brian Smith (COO), Kathy Waller (VP), and David Weinberg (Director). Learn More on Coca-Cola's active insiders.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Coca-Cola?

During the last twelve months, Coca-Cola insiders bought shares 1 times. They purchased a total of 983 shares worth more than $61,231.07. During the last twelve months, insiders at the sold shares 25 times. They sold a total of 1,051,401 shares worth more than $65,518,975.49. The most recent insider tranaction occured on July, 29th when VP Kathy Loveless sold 2,512 shares worth more than $160,768.00. Insiders at Coca-Cola own 1.0 % of the company. Learn More about insider trades at Coca-Cola.

Information on this page was last updated on 7/29/2022.

Brian John Smith Insider Trading History at Coca-Cola

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
4/25/2022Sell35,800$67.04$2,400,032.00116,168View SEC Filing Icon  
2/23/2022Sell48,292$61.66$2,977,684.72View SEC Filing Icon  
11/5/2021Sell37,000$56.64$2,095,680.00View SEC Filing Icon  
8/27/2021Sell10,000$55.65$556,500.00144,229View SEC Filing Icon  
1/30/2020Sell32,808$58.00$1,902,864.00147,110View SEC Filing Icon  
1/13/2020Sell25,000$56.00$1,400,000.00139,302View SEC Filing Icon  
9/9/2019Sell60,000$54.87$3,292,200.00174,302View SEC Filing Icon  
10/31/2018Sell43,000$48.00$2,064,000.00123,908View SEC Filing Icon  
8/16/2017Sell100,000$46.10$4,610,000.00136,385View SEC Filing Icon  
5/10/2017Sell87,800$43.43$3,813,154.00149,185View SEC Filing Icon  
5/19/2016Sell50,000$44.32$2,216,000.0070,947View SEC Filing Icon  
11/19/2015Sell116,414$42.30$4,924,312.2020,947View SEC Filing Icon  
10/29/2015Sell30,000$42.60$1,278,000.0020,947View SEC Filing Icon  
10/28/2014Sell56,499$40.67$2,297,814.33View SEC Filing Icon  
5/7/2013Sell149,268$42.25$6,306,573.00View SEC Filing Icon  
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Brian John Smith Buying and Selling Activity at Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola Company Overview

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The Coca-Cola Company, a beverage company, manufactures, markets, and sells various nonalcoholic beverages worldwide. The company provides sparkling soft drinks; flavored and enhanced water, and sports drinks; juice, dairy, and plant-based beverages; tea and coffee; and energy drinks. It also offers beverage concentrates and syrups, as well as fountain syrups to fountain retailers, such as restaurants and convenience stores. The company sells its products under the Coca-Cola, Diet Coke/Coca-Cola Light, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Fanta, Fresca, Schweppes, Sprite, Thums Up, Aquarius, Ciel, dogadan, Dasani, glacéau smartwater, glacéau vitaminwater, Ice Dew, I LOHAS, Powerade, Topo Chico, AdeS, Del Valle, fairlife, innocent, Minute Maid, Minute Maid Pulpy, Simply, Ayataka, BODYARMOR, Costa, FUZE TEA, Georgia, and Gold Peak brands. It operates through a network of independent bottling partners, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers, as well as through bottling and distribution operators. The company was founded in 1886 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Today's Range

Now: $63.55
Low: $63.53
High: $63.99

50 Day Range

MA: $62.45
Low: $59.07
High: $64.52

2 Week Range

Now: $63.55
Low: $52.28
High: $67.20


203,636 shs

Average Volume

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Market Capitalization

$274.83 billion

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