Frederick W. Smith
Age in 2017: 73
Address: Lives and/or works in
Stocks to watch when Frederick W. Smith is in the news:
FedEx Corporation (FDX)
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
air courier services,
politics & government
Politics: Smith is a contributor to Republican committees and campaigns.
He also has affiliations with centrist and conservative think tanks.
Personal social network: Much of Smith's Muckety comes from political connections. His power base is his role as chairman, president & CEO of FedEx Corporation.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Smith has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Frederick W. Smith current relationships:
Business Council - executive committee member
Committee for Economic Development - trustee
Council on Foreign Relations - member
FedEx Corporation - chairman & CEO
Securing America's Future Energy - co-chairman
Washington Redskins - part-owner
Frederick W. Smith past relationships:
2004 George W. Bush presidential campaign - supporter
2008 John McCain presidential campaign - fundraiser
Cato Institute - director
National Petroleum Council - member
Indirect links:Frederick W. Smith has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Securities and Exchange Commission;
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Frederick W. Smith campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Moran for Kansas - $5,400 on 6/30/2016
Team Ryan - $72,200 on 4/7/2016
Ron Johnson for Senate Inc - $5,400 on 11/9/2015
National Republican Congressional Committee - $25,700 on 9/25/2015
Boehner for Speaker - $66,800 on 9/25/2015
Friends of John McCain - $5,400 on 9/18/2015
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $30,000 on 7/27/2012
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $30,800 on 9/22/2011
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $29,500 on 9/30/2010
Patriot First PAC - $4,800 on 5/6/2010
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $30,400 on 7/2/2009
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $25,000 on 7/16/2007
Contributions to think tanks:
Cato Institute - $25,000+