CNO Financial Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | CNO

CNO Financial shares outstanding from 2010 to 2022. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
CNO Financial Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2021 131
2020 143
2019 157
2018 165
2017 172
2016 178
2015 195
2014 218
2013 233
2012 281
2011 304
2010 302
2009 193
CNO Financial Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-09-30 116
2022-06-30 117
2022-03-31 121
2021-12-31 131
2021-09-30 129
2021-06-30 134
2021-03-31 137
2020-12-31 143
2020-09-30 142
2020-06-30 144
2020-03-31 146
2019-12-31 157
2019-09-30 155
2019-06-30 160
2019-03-31 162
2018-12-31 165
2018-09-30 165
2018-06-30 168
2018-03-31 170
2017-12-31 172
2017-09-30 171
2017-06-30 172
2017-03-31 175
2016-12-31 178
2016-09-30 176
2016-06-30 180
2016-03-31 182
2015-12-31 195
2015-09-30 192
2015-06-30 198
2015-03-31 202
2014-12-31 218
2014-09-30 215
2014-06-30 222
2014-03-31 220
2013-12-31 233
2013-09-30 229
2013-06-30 231
2013-03-31 243
2012-12-31 281
2012-09-30 231
2012-06-30 293
2012-03-31 297
2011-12-31 304
2011-09-30 303
2011-06-30 308
2011-03-31 307
2010-12-31 302
2010-09-30 306
2010-06-30 303
2010-03-31 292
2009-12-31 193
2009-09-30 186
2009-06-30 185
2009-03-31 185
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Multi-Line Insurance Providers $2.589B $4.122B
CNO Financial Group Inc., being a top-tier holding company for a group of insurance companies in the U.S., develops, administers & markets supplemental health insurance, annuity, individual life insurance and other insurance products. It distributes products through 3 distribution channels: career agents, professional independent producers and direct marketing. The company presently reports under two units, namely Consumer and Worksite. The Consumer unit includes consumer engagement over the phone besides online and face-to-face interaction with agents or via a combination of sales channels. This unit gains traction from agent sales force and leading direct-to-consumer business with experience in advertising, web/digital and call center support. The Worksite unit focuses on worksite and group sales for businesses, associations and other membership groups, communicating with customers at their workplace. The unit allows the company to gain traction from the recent buyout of Web Benefits Design Corporation.
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