Facebook’s S-1 And The Largest Shareholders: Zuck Owns 28 Percent

Facebook’s S-1 is finally out and we can now see how much stock Zuck, investors, employees and others own in the company. Facebook has raised a total of $2.4 billion in funding and seeks to raise as much as $5 billion in a public offering.

Mark Zuckerberg is the largest shareholder with 28.2 percent of the company. He’s followed by Accel (invested in 2005) and Accel Partner Jim Breyer who owns 11.4 percent of the company. Co-founder Dustin Moskovitz owns 7.6 percent of the company, followed by DST with 5.4 percent. Peter Thiel, Facebook’s first investor, owns 2.5 percent.

Zuck will be selling shares in the offering, according to the filing. Assuming a $100 billion valuation, Zuckerberg is worth a whopping $28 billion. Accel’s share is worth $11.4 billion. Peter Thiel’s share is worth $2.5 billion.

UPDATE: Keep in mind, we’ve learned that RSUs may be included in the total sharecount in today’s filing. If and when RSUs removed from the total number of shares at the time of the IPO, this could reduce the percentage ownership of Zuck, employees and investors.

COO Sheryl Sandberg has 1,899,986 shares. VP of engineering Mike Schroepfer owns 2,101,870 shares, CFO David Ebersman owns 2,174,999 shares, and General counsel Theodore Ullyot owns 1,863,656 shares (all own less than 1 percent of the company).

Investor and board member Marc Andreessen owns 3,571,431 shares.

Other investors/major shareholders in Facebook include Microsoft, Reid Hoffman, Marc Pincus, Elevation Partners, La-Ka Shing, Elevation Partners, Founders Fund, Goldman Sachs, and Meritech, but these investors are not listed as 5 percent or more shareholders. All of these investors own less than 5 percent so therefore their ownership stake is not broken out. Former-employees not listed in the chart but who also own large portions of stock include Sean Parker, and co-founder Eduardo Saverin.

It’s also unclear how much Zuck and other investors have sold in the past.