In the current round of 13F filings, hedge funds and other institutional investors are disclosing their equity portfolios as held at the end of the last year. In its latest 13F, York Capital Management, managed by James Dinan, revealed its holdings as held at the end of the fourth quarter of 2013.
The total value of York Capital’s equity portfolio jumped to $7.27 billion in the fourth quarter from $4.98 billion disclosed for the third quarter. In this article, we will talk about James Dinan’s top five holdings, in terms of value, that his fund has held in its equity portfolio at the end of last year.
The first position is held by General Motors Company (NYSE:GM). York Capital Management, revealed holding 9.09 million shares of General Motors Co (NYSE:GM), with a total value of approximately $371.71 million. In the third quarter, the fund held 4.56 million shares; the previous value was $164.05 million.
On the second spot is W.R. Grace & Co (NYSE:GRA), with the fund owning around 3.58 million shares, worth $354.01 million. Previously, the fund held 1.89 million shares of W. R. Grace & Co (NYSE:GRA), with a total value of $165.19 million.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc (NYSE:HTZ) is in the third slot, with York Capital decreasing the holding to 11.51 million shares in the fourth quarter, compared to 12.33 million shares in the third quarter. The value of the holding rose to $329.39 million versus the earlier value of $273.27 million. Hertz Global Holdings is in the business of car and equipments’ rentals.
On the fourth spot is a technology giant T-Mobile Us Inc (NYSE:TMUS), in which the fund initiated the stake during the fourth quarter. York Capital Management reported ownership of 7.07 million shares, with a value of $237.97 million.