2015 Hall of Shame – J

The following financial institutions beginning with “J” appear in the 2015 Don’t Bank on the Bomb Hall of Shame. For the full list, or to lookup financial institutions by country, please see here.

Jacobs Levy Equity Management (United States)

Jacobs Levy Equity Management (United States) has made an estimated US$ 45 million available to the nuclear weapons companies listed in this report since January 2012.

Jacobs Levy Equity Management (United States) owns or manages shares of the nuclear weapon companies for an amount of US$ 45 million (see table below). Only holdings of 0.50% or more of the outstanding shares at the most recent available filing date are included.

Shareholdings managed by Jacobs Levy Equity Management

Company Country Total value
(US$ mln)
% Outstanding Filing date
Huntington Ingalls Industries United States 45 0.68 31-3-2015

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Share ownership: most recent filings”, viewed in August 2015.

 

 

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I have also learned that you can choose not to invest in nuclear weapon producers, and that more and more financial institutions already exclude any such company.

So take their good example, and divest!

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Janus Capital Group (United States)

Janus Capital Group (United States) has made an estimated US$ 2,179 million available to the nuclear weapons companies listed in this report since January 2012.

 

Janus Capital Group (United States) owns or manages shares of the nuclear weapon companies for an amount of US$ 2,179 million (see table below). Only holdings of 0.50% or more of the outstanding shares at the most recent available filing date are included.

Shareholdings managed by Janus Capital Group

Company Country Total value
(US$ mln)
% Outstanding Filing date
Boeing United States 507 0.50 31-3-2015
General Dynamics United States 262 0.59 31-3-2015
Honeywell International United States 521 0.64 31-3-2015
Lockheed Martin United States 479 0.76 31-3-2015
Northrop Grumman United States 204 0.68 31-3-2015
Raytheon United States 206 0.62 31-3-2015

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Share ownership: most recent filings”, viewed in August 2015.

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I have also learned that you can choose not to invest in nuclear weapon producers, and that more and more financial institutions already exclude any such company.

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JPMorgan Chase (United States)

JPMorgan Chase (United States) has made an estimated US$ 20,041 million available to the nuclear weapons companies listed in this report since January 2012.

JPMorgan Chase (United States) provided loans for an estimated amount of US$ 12,106 million to the nuclear weapon companies (see table below). The table shows all loans closed since January 2012 or maturing after August 2015.

Loans provided by JPMorgan Chase

Company Total value
(US$ mln)
Est. participation of this bank
(US$ mln)
Closing date Maturity date
Aecom 1,050 70 13-7-2011 13-7-2016
Aecom 600 40 23-9-2011 30-9-2016
Aecom 750 20 7-6-2013 7-6-2018
Aecom 1,050 39 29-1-2014 29-1-2019
Aecom 1,925 154 11-8-2014 17-10-2019
Aecom 1,188 95 11-8-2014 17-10-2021
Aecom 1,050 105 11-8-2014 17-10-2019
Aecom 500 40 11-8-2014 17-10-2019
Aerojet Rocketdyne 100 8 30-5-2014 30-5-2019
Aerojet Rocketdyne 200 15 30-5-2014 30-5-2019
Airbus Group 4,345 76 14-3-2011 14-4-2016
Airbus Group 3,797 66 14-10-2014 14-10-2019
Babcock & Wilcox 700 70 22-5-2012 8-6-2017
Babcock & Wilcox 500 40 11-5-2015 11-5-2020
Babcock & Wilcox 400 32 11-5-2015 11-5-2020
Babcock & Wilcox 600 48 11-5-2015 11-5-2020
BAE Systems 3,161 132 8-12-2010 8-12-2015
BAE Systems 3,269 131 12-12-2013 12-12-2018
Bechtel 975 146 27-7-2012 27-7-2017
Bechtel 1,000 100 14-6-2013 14-6-2018
Bechtel 2,000 200 14-6-2013 14-6-2018
Bechtel 2,000 200 19-9-2014 17-10-2019
Bechtel 1,000 100 19-9-2014 17-10-2019
Bechtel 1,000 120 19-9-2014 17-10-2019
Boeing 2,300 460 5-11-2011 10-11-2016
Boeing 2,300 690 29-9-2012 14-10-2013
Boeing 2,300 690 29-9-2012 15-10-2017
Boeing 2,453 818 7-11-2013 7-11-2018
Boeing 2,393 798 7-11-2013 6-11-2014
Boeing 2,473 175 23-9-2014 15-10-2015
Boeing 2,473 175 23-9-2014 16-10-2019
CH2M Hill 600 120 6-12-2010 7-12-2015
CH2M Hill 900 135 19-4-2012 19-4-2017
CH2M Hill 1,100 220 22-3-2014 30-1-2019
Finmeccanica 3,181 85 28-7-2010 21-9-2015
Finmeccanica 3,001 100 9-7-2014 9-7-2019
Finmeccanica 2,212 23 6-7-2015 6-7-2020
Fluor 1,200 90 14-12-2010 14-12-2015
General Dynamics 1,000 80 14-7-2011 14-7-2016
General Dynamics 1,000 125 21-6-2013 21-6-2018
Honeywell International 2,800 560 17-3-2011 31-3-2016
Honeywell International 3,000 600 30-3-2012 2-4-2017
Honeywell International 4,000 800 18-11-2013 10-12-2018
Honeywell International 4,000 480 30-6-2015 10-7-2020
Huntington Ingalls Industries 489 49 23-9-2013 6-11-2018
Huntington Ingalls Industries 650 65 23-9-2013 6-11-2018
Huntington Ingalls Industries 1,250 125 13-7-2015 13-7-2020
Lockheed Martin 1,500 120 26-8-2011 26-8-2016
Lockheed Martin 16 10 30-4-2014 1-5-2015
Lockheed Martin 1,500 120 14-8-2014 14-8-2019
Moog 900 49 18-3-2011 18-3-2016
Moog 900 108 28-3-2013 28-3-2018
Moog 1,100 110 22-5-2014 22-5-2019
Northrop Grumman 575 58 31-3-2011 24-1-2017
Northrop Grumman 650 65 31-3-2011 24-1-2016
Northrop Grumman 1,500 150 8-9-2011 8-9-2016
Northrop Grumman 500 50 18-8-2012 3-9-2013
Northrop Grumman 1,775 355 29-8-2013 29-8-2018
Northrop Grumman 1,600 320 19-6-2015 8-7-2020
Orbital ATK 400 14 9-9-2010 7-10-2015
Orbital ATK 600 21 9-9-2010 7-10-2015
Orbital ATK 200 13 3-9-2012 3-9-2017
Orbital ATK 250 14 8-10-2013 1-11-2020
Orbital ATK 1,010 17 8-10-2013 1-11-2018
Orbital ATK 700 12 8-10-2013 1-11-2018
Orbital ATK 150 15 24-6-2014 24-12-2018
Raytheon 1,400 280 13-12-2011 13-12-2016
Serco 1,159 72 21-2-2012 28-3-2017
Serco 45 9 12-3-2015 12-12-2016
Serco 714 45 12-3-2015 12-3-2019
Textron 1,000 100 30-9-2013 4-10-2018
Textron 500 50 23-1-2014 23-1-2019
Textron 700 420 24-1-2014 23-1-2015

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Loans”, viewed in August 2015.

 

JPMorgan Chase (United States) underwrote share issuances for an estimated amount of US$ 406 million to the nuclear weapon companies since January 2012 (see table below).

Underwriting of share issuances by JPMorgan Chase

Company Total value
(US$ mln)
Est. participation of this bank
(US$ mln)
Issue date
Serco 270 135 1-5-2014
Serco 785 157 16-4-2015
Serco 785 94 16-4-2015
Serco 62 12 16-4-2015
Serco 62 7 16-4-2015

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Bond and share issue underwritings”, viewed in August 2015.

 

JPMorgan Chase (United States) underwrote bond issuances for an estimated amount of US$ 2,037 million to the nuclear weapon companies since January 2012 (see table below).

Underwriting of bond issuances by JPMorgan Chase

Company Total value
(US$ mln)
Est. participation of this bank
(US$ mln)
Issue date Maturity date
Aecom 800 80 17-9-2014 15-10-2022
Aecom 800 80 17-9-2014 15-10-2024
Airbus Group 558 93 26-6-2015 1-7-2022
Boeing 350 35 30-4-2013 15-11-2018
Boeing 300 9 28-10-2014 30-10-2021
Boeing 300 25 28-10-2014 30-10-2024
Boeing 250 9 28-10-2014 30-10-2017
Boeing 250 29 18-2-2015 1-3-2025
Boeing 250 21 18-2-2015 1-3-2035
Boeing 250 19 18-2-2015 1-3-2045
Finmeccanica 777 71 28-11-2012 5-12-2017
Finmeccanica 950 59 26-11-2013 19-1-2021
Finmeccanica 339 20 17-1-2014 19-1-2021
General Dynamics 900 90 1-11-2012 15-11-2017
General Dynamics 1,000 100 1-11-2012 15-11-2022
General Dynamics 500 50 1-11-2012 15-11-2042
Honeywell International 300 30 18-11-2013 1-12-2023
Honeywell International 700 70 18-11-2013 17-11-2015
Huntington Ingalls Industries 600 60 17-11-2014 15-12-2021
Lockheed Martin 750 135 12-2-2015 1-3-2025
Lockheed Martin 500 90 12-2-2015 1-3-2035
Lockheed Martin 1,000 180 12-2-2015 1-3-2045
Moog 300 40 18-11-2014 1-12-2022
Northrop Grumman 850 57 28-5-2013 1-6-2018
Northrop Grumman 1,050 70 28-5-2013 1-8-2023
Northrop Grumman 950 63 28-5-2013 1-6-2043
Northrop Grumman 600 126 3-2-2015 15-4-2045
Raytheon 1,100 88 27-11-2012 15-12-2022
Raytheon 300 78 24-11-2014 15-12-2024
Raytheon 300 78 24-11-2014 15-12-2044
Textron 250 25 23-1-2014 1-3-2021
Textron 350 35 23-1-2014 1-3-2024
Textron 350 22 23-10-2014 1-3-2025

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Bond and share issue underwritings”, viewed in August 2015.

 

JPMorgan Chase (United States) owns or manages shares of the nuclear weapon companies for an amount of US$ 5,349 million (see table below). Only holdings of 0.50% or more of the outstanding shares at the most recent available filing date are included.

Shareholdings managed by JPMorgan Chase

Company Country Total value
(US$ mln)
% Outstanding Filing date
Aecom United States 67 1.45 31-3-2015
BAE Systems United Kingdom 172 0.72 19-1-2015
Engility United States 32 2.94 31-3-2015
Fluor United States 914 11.02 31-3-2015
General Dynamics United States 241 0.55 31-3-2015
Honeywell International United States 3,117 3.82 31-3-2015
Huntington Ingalls Industries United States 145 2.17 31-3-2015
Jacobs Engineering United States 167 2.98 31-3-2015
Northrop Grumman United States 396 1.31 31-3-2015
Thales France 98 0.77 30-6-2015

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Share ownership: most recent filings”, viewed in August 2015.

 

JPMorgan Chase (United States) owns or manages bonds of the nuclear weapon companies for an amount of US$ 144 million (see table below). Only holdings of 0.50% or more of the outstanding bonds at the most recent available filing date are included.

Bondholdings managed by JPMorgan Chase

Company Country Total value
(US$ mln)
% Outstanding Filing date
Aecom United States 65 3.20 30-4-2015
Aerojet Rocketdyne United States 24 4.33 28-2-2015
BAE Systems United Kingdom 31 0.60 31-5-2015
Fluor United States 9 0.90 31-5-2015
Orbital ATK United States 14 4.74 28-2-2015

Source: Thomson Eikon, “Bond ownership: most recent filings”, viewed in August 2015.

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I have also learned that you can choose not to invest in nuclear weapon producers, and that more and more financial institutions already exclude any such company.

So take their good example, and divest!

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Jupiter lnvestment Management Group (United Kingdom)

Jupiter lnvestment Management Group (United Kingdom) has made an estimated US$ 288 million available to the nuclear weapons companies listed in this report since January 2012.

Jupiter lnvestment Management Group (United Kingdom) owns or manages shares of the nuclear weapon companies for an amount of US$ 288 million (see table below). Only holdings of 0.50% or more of the outstanding shares at the most recent available filing date are included.

Shareholdings managed by Jupiter lnvestment Management Group

Company Country Total value
(US$ mln)
% Outstanding Filing date
BAE Systems United Kingdom 288 1.19 19-1-2015

Source: Thomson ONE Banker, “Share ownership: most recent filings”, viewed in August 2015.

 

Jupiter Investment Management Group invests your money in nuclear weapon producers. Tell them to divest!

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I have also learned that you can choose not to invest in nuclear weapon producers, and that more and more financial institutions already exclude any such company.

So take their good example, and divest!

With kind regards,

Hall of Shame Methodology

Which financial institutions are involved in the financing of the selected nuclear weapon companies was researched using annual reports, stock exchange filings and other publications of the companies concerned, archives of trade magazines, local newspapers and the financial press as well as specialized financial databases (Thomson ONE, Bloomberg). Used resources are clearly mentioned.

Financial institutions can be involved in financing companies by providing corporate loans, by assisting companies with share- and bond issues, and by (managing) investments in shares and bonds of these companies. For asset managers and pension funds, the only relevant type of financial involvement is (managing) share- and bondholdings of the selected companies.

In this report, we have focussed on the financial institutions which are found to have most significant financing relationships with one or more of the selected nuclear weapon companies. To select these financial institutions, the following criteria are used:

  • All financial institutions involved in loans and underwriting deals for one or more of the companies since 1 January 2011;
  • All financial institutions which own at least 0.5% of the outstanding shares or bonds of at least one of the companies.

What is included

Each section provides the following information for each financial institution:

The types of financial relations which the financial institution has with one or more nuclear weapon companies. The relations are grouped by loans, investment banking and asset management. Financial activities are listed alphabetically by nuclear weapons company for each category.

The name of the receiving company, the amount, the date and (if known) the purpose for each financial relation.

All data is presented in tables. For loans, the first column represents the names of the selected companies that received the loans, the second column shows which subsidiary or part of the selected company has issued the loan. The third column is the purpose of the loan. The fourth column (# FI’s), shows the number of financial institutes participating in loans as loans are often offered by a syndicate of financial institutions. The fifth column represents the value of the total loan offered by the syndicate to the company. The sixth column is the amount for which this specific financial institute participated in the loan. This amount is calculated depending on the role the financial institute plays in the syndicate, as explained below. The last column shows the date the loan was issued.

The tables for underwriting of share and bond issuances have the same columns. The method for calculating these the value per financial institute can be below.

The tables for share and bondholdings managed by the financial institutions show the nuclear weapon producing companies, the country in which this company is situated, the percentage of all bonds or shares outstanding hold or managed by the specific institution, and the total value of the shares or bonds held by the financial institution in the indicated company.

When comparing this report with last years report please keep in mind that we have excluded some Indian sources due to recently identified errors in the Bloomberg databases regarding Indian Mutual Funds.

The financial institutions identified include banks, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies and asset managers from many different countries. They have provided various types of financial services to nuclear weapon companies.