For stocks listed on the FTSE, is it possible to find out who are the institutional investors that own a particular stock and what are the percentages?

I know that we can see the trades being conducted on a particular stock, but do they disclose which trade is made by institutional investors? If not, then why?

The only information I have regarding the questions above is just from the RNS (Regulatory News Service) when an institutional investor reports on a trade conducted that crosses a certain threshold on stock ownership.


FT, YAHOO etc provides such information. As an example check out TESCO on FT and so does TESCO on Yahoo

  • Thanks! I did check FT before asking, but I guess I was looking at the wrong stocks that have no institutional investor section.
    – cylim
    Nov 25 '16 at 14:54
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    Any idea if this information is voluntarily disclosed by the company or it is enforced by regulations?
    – cylim
    Nov 25 '16 at 14:59

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