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Khozema Shipchandler, insider at Twilio

Khozema Shipchandler Insider Information

CFO of Twilio

Khozema Shipchandler is the chief financial officer at Twilio, a role he has held since November 2018.

Shipchandler has more than 20 years of experience in finance for high-performing organizations, most recently as the chief commercial officer for General Electric Digital. He previously held various roles within GE, including as the CFO and EVP of corporate development at GE Digital and the VP of corporate audit staff for GE.

He started his career in the management development program at GE Aviation and Military Engines, and he moved up to become an executive audit manager.

Shipchandler earned his B.A. in English, biology and economics from Indiana University, Bloomington, and he earned his M.B.A. in finance and marketing from The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.

How old is Khozema Shipchandler?

Mr. Shipchandler is currently 47 years old. There are 3 older executives and no younger executives at Twilio. The oldest executive at Twilio is Ms. Karyn Smith, Gen. Counsel & Corp. Sec., who is 57 years old.

What is Khozema Shipchandler's salary?

As the CFO of Twilio Inc., Mr. Shipchandler earned a total compensation package of $7,530,541.00 in 2020. Mr. Shipchandler earned a salary of $622,465.00, stock awards of $3,452,811.00, options awards of $3,446,740.00, and other compensation of $8,525.00.

How do I contact Khozema Shipchandler?

The corporate mailing address for Mr. Shipchandler and other Twilio executives is 101 SPEAR STREET FIRST FLOOR, SAN FRANCISCO CA, 94105. Twilio can also be reached via phone at 415-390-2337 and via email at [email protected]

Has Khozema Shipchandler been buying or selling shares of Twilio?

In the last ninety days, Khozema Shipchandler has sold $463,296.00 of Twilio stock. Most recently, Khozema Shipchandler sold 1,200 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Tuesday, July 6th. The shares were sold at an average price of $386.08, for a transaction totalling $463,296.00.

Who are Twilio's active insiders?

Twilio's insider roster includes Chee Chew (Insider), Richard Dalzell (Director), Donna Dubinsky (Director), George Hu (COO), Lee Kirkpatrick (CFO), Jeff Lawson (CEO), Erika Rottenberg (Director), Khozema Shipchandler (CFO), and Karyn Smith (General Counsel).

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Twilio?

During the last twelve months, insiders at the technology company sold shares 76 times. They sold a total of 805,728 shares worth mmore than $262,979,187.94. The most recent insider tranaction occured on July, 21st when Jeff Lawson CEO bought 49,500 shares worth more than $19,193,130.00. Insiders at Twilio own 5.0 % of the company.

Information on this page was last updated on 7/21/2021.

Khozema Shipchandler Insider Trading History at Twilio

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
7/6/2021Sell1,200$386.08$463,296.00View SEC Filing Icon  
6/30/2021Sell6,056$399.05$2,416,646.80View SEC Filing Icon  
5/20/2021Sell3,485$300.00$1,045,500.00View SEC Filing Icon  
5/17/2021Sell3,445$298.64$1,028,814.80View SEC Filing Icon  
5/7/2021Sell3,225$315.99$1,019,067.75View SEC Filing Icon  
4/5/2021Sell1,297$355.00$460,435.00View SEC Filing Icon  
4/1/2021Sell3,225$350.36$1,129,911.00View SEC Filing Icon  
2/19/2021Sell6,756$425.00$2,871,300.00View SEC Filing Icon  
2/16/2021Sell3,399$432.73$1,470,849.27View SEC Filing Icon  
1/4/2021Sell3,225$335.49$1,081,955.25View SEC Filing Icon  
12/1/2020Sell3,224$319.72$1,030,777.28View SEC Filing Icon  
11/20/2020Sell6,815$296.50$2,020,647.50View SEC Filing Icon  
10/5/2020Sell3,225$286.10$922,672.50View SEC Filing Icon  
9/8/2020Sell3,224$228.72$737,393.28View SEC Filing Icon  
8/20/2020Sell6,808$254.89$1,735,291.12View SEC Filing Icon  
7/6/2020Sell3,225$237.85$767,066.25View SEC Filing Icon  
6/5/2020Sell3,224$194.20$626,100.80View SEC Filing Icon  
5/20/2020Sell6,669$189.72$1,265,242.68View SEC Filing Icon  
5/15/2020Sell3,486$189.13$659,307.18View SEC Filing Icon  
5/13/2020Sell54,928$187.71$10,310,534.88View SEC Filing Icon  
2/20/2020Sell4,497$126.25$567,746.25View SEC Filing Icon  
2/18/2020Sell2,433$127.44$310,061.52View SEC Filing Icon  
11/20/2019Sell15,347$104.35$1,601,459.45View SEC Filing Icon  
11/15/2019Sell12,375$98.46$1,218,442.50View SEC Filing Icon  
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Khozema Shipchandler Buying and Selling Activity at Twilio

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Twilio Company Overview

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Twilio Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides a cloud communications platform that enables developers to build, scale, and operate customer engagement within software applications in the United States and internationally. Its customer engagement platform provides a set of application programming interfaces that handle the higher-level communication logic needed for nearly every type of customer engagement, as well as enable developers to embed voice, messaging, video, and email capabilities into their applications. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
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Today's Range

Now: $370.26
Low: $363.00
High: $378.28

50 Day Range

MA: $366.23
Low: $309.83
High: $409.84

2 Week Range

Now: $370.26
Low: $216.23
High: $457.30

Volume

1,610,839 shs

Average Volume

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Market Capitalization

$63.94 billion

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Beta

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Report: Smaller, Established Pot Stocks Key to Profits in 2021
Cannabis investors have been burned in the past by big name companies that saw their stock values skyrocket overnight, only to plummet back to earth when the challenge of turning a profit proved too difficult. Experts say key to making money with cannabis stocks is to invest in smaller companies with a track record of success.
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