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Strs Ohio reduces its holdings in Hanmi Financial Co. (NASDAQ:HAFC).

Strs Ohio reduces its holdings in Hanmi Financial Co. (NASDAQ:HAFC).

The most recent disclosure that the company made with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicates that during the third quarter, Strs Ohio reduced its holdings in Hanmi Financial Co. (NASDAQ: HAFC) by 20.3%. Following the completion of the quarter, the institutional investor had a total of 24,400 shares of the bank’s stock after having sold 6,200 shares during the quarter. After the most recent financial quarter, Strs Ohio had a Hanmi Financial stock in its possession valued at $577,000. This accounted for approximately 0.08% of the company as a whole.

Over the past few months, many other institutional investors and hedge funds have either increased or decreased the amount of HAFC shares they currently hold. The value of State Street Corporation’s holdings in Hanmi Financial rose by 9.2 percent over the first three months of 2018. State Street Corp.’s stock holdings have increased to 1,472,208 after the company made an additional purchase of 123,695 shares during the most recent fiscal quarter. The value of these shares on the market as of right now is $36,231,000. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. increased the amount of Hanmi Financial stock owned by 16.1% during the second quarter of the fiscal year. The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. holdings currently consist of 767,661 shares of the bank’s stock, which have a value of $17,226,000. This is the result of the company purchasing an additional 106,466 shares during the most recent quarter to bring its total number of shares to 206,048. Hanmi Financial received an investment of $2,344,000 from the Common Pension Fund D of the State of New Jersey during the second quarter of 2018. Through the first three months of 2018, Invesco Ltd. was able to amass an additional 36.1% ownership stake in Hanmi Financial. Invesco Ltd. now o

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