Insiders who bought US$1.4m worth of Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. ( NYSE:FIS ) stock in the past year have announced that their top choice should be to buy it from the likes of Deutsche Bank, Citibank and JP Morgan Chase – both of which are well-established sources of financial information. Their preferred choice of preferred would be US$1.4m worth of banknotes for their portfolio, or to secure it by selling the shares to a third-party issuer.
The top choice has been the JPMorgan Chase, which was reported to be involved in a merger with Wells Fargo last year. The top preferred is US$1.4m worth of non-banknote assets in this case, with a reported value of US$2.7m.
The following list describes the top options in the list above. The most recent list, the most recent order in the list, contains two options, one stock, for the top ten preferred options.