Martin Davis is executive vice president of Southern Company Services and
chiefinformationofficerof SouthernCompany,oneofAmerica’smost respected
companiesand aleading producerofclean, safe, reliableandaffordable energy
serving more than 9 million customers. Davis leads more than 2,000 technology
professionals, supporting Southern Company’s subsidiaries.
Davis has spent over 30 years leading complex technology organizations in highly regulated environments. He
Fargo. He was instrumental in the financial institution’s integration of Wachovia, leading the largest technology
integrationinthehistoryof U.S.financialservices.Davishas servedinawiderangeof technologyleadershiproles,
including serving as Wachovia’s chief information officer.
Davis formerly served on the board of trustees at Winston-Salem State University. He currently serves on the
American Heart Association’s Southeast region board, the Piedmont Healthcare board of directors and the
South State Corporation board ofdirectors. He has been recognized as one of the “50 Most Important AfricanAmericans in Technology” by U.S. Black Engineers & Information Technology magazine and one of the “75 Most
Powerful African-Americans in Corporate America” by Black Enterprise. Most recently, Davis was featured in
Savoy Magazine’s “2020 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America”.
of the Young Executives Institute and the Wachovia Executive Leadership Program at the University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill.
For more than a century Atlanta-based Southern Company (NYSE: SO), has been building the future of energy and
developing the full portfolio of energy resources. Through an industry-leading commitment to innovation and a
and communities require to drive growth and prosperity.
Southern Company has been recognized as one of the 100 “Best Places to Work in IT” by IDG’s Computerworld for
14 consecutive years and top “50 Best Companies for Diversity” by Black Enterprise in 2018.
What is Martin Bernard Davis' net worth?
The estimated net worth of Martin Bernard Davis is at least $5.19 million as of September 5th, 2023. Mr. Davis owns 72,756 shares of Southern stock worth more than $5,193,323 as of December 11th. This net worth estimate does not reflect any other assets that Mr. Davis may own. Learn More about Martin Bernard Davis' net worth.
How old is Martin Bernard Davis?
Mr. Davis is currently 59 years old. There are 6 older executives and no younger executives at Southern. The oldest executive at Southern is Mr. Thomas A. Fanning, Executive Chairman, who is 66 years old. Learn More on Martin Bernard Davis' age.
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Has Martin Bernard Davis been buying or selling shares of Southern?
Martin Bernard Davis has not been actively trading shares of Southern during the last quarter. Most recently, Martin Bernard Davis sold 1,490 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Tuesday, September 5th. The shares were sold at an average price of $67.05, for a transaction totalling $99,904.50. Following the completion of the sale, the executive vice president now directly owns 72,756 shares of the company's stock, valued at $4,878,289.80. Learn More on Martin Bernard Davis' trading history.
Who are Southern's active insiders?
Southern's insider roster includes Bryan Anderson (EVP), Art Beattie (Insider), William Bowers (CEO), Stan Connally (CFO), Mark Crosswhite (CEO), Christopher Cummiskey (EVP), Ann Daiss (Insider), Martin Davis (EVP), Thomas Fanning (CEO), David Grain (Director), Kimberly Greene (CEO), James Kerr, II (EVP), Stephen Kuczynski (CEO), Mark Lantrip (Insider), Ernest Moniz (Director), Daniel Tucker (CFO), Anthony Wilson (CEO), and Christopher Womack (Insider). Learn More on Southern's active insiders.
Are insiders buying or selling shares of Southern?
In the last year, insiders at the utilities provider sold shares 21 times. They sold a total of 283,848 shares worth more than $20,363,243.04. The most recent insider tranaction occured on November, 16th when insider David P Poroch sold 10,000 shares worth more than $693,900.00. Insiders at Southern own 0.3% of the company. Learn More about insider trades at Southern.
Information on this page was last updated on 11/16/2023.