CMS-PB Consumers Energy

CMS Energy was formed as a corporation in Michigan in 1987 and is an energy company operating primarily in Michigan. It is the parent holding company of several subsidiaries including Consumers, an electric and gas utility; CMS Enterprises, primarily a domestic independent power producer and marketer; and EnerBank, an industrial bank located in Utah. Consumers serves individuals and businesses operating in the alternative energy, automotive, chemical, food, and metal products industries, as well as a diversified group of other industries. CMS Enterprises, through its subsidiaries and equity investments, is engaged in domestic independent power production including the development and operation of renewable generation, and the marketing of independent power production. EnerBank provides unsecured consumer installment loans, largely for financing home improvements.

Company profile

Patricia K. Poppe
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Data for the last complete 13F reporting period. To see the most recent changes to ownership, click the ownership history button above.

91.6% owned by funds/institutions
13F holders
Current Prev Q Change
Total holders 539 545 -1.1%
Opened positions 74 59 +25.4%
Closed positions 80 57 +40.4%
Increased positions 174 190 -8.4%
Reduced positions 204 200 +2.0%
13F shares
Current Prev Q Change
Total value 15.88B 15.85B +0.2%
Total shares 260.4M 258.21M +0.8%
Total puts 26.6K 121.6K -78.1%
Total calls 76K 123.6K -38.5%
Total put/call ratio 0.3 1.0 -64.4%
Largest owners
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Vanguard 34.82M $2.12B -1.0%
BLK Blackrock 25.72M $1.57B -2.4%
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. 21.42M $1.31B +3.5%
STT State Street 15.61M $952.67M +0.6%
Capital International Investors 8.37M $510.22M +5.1%
Capital World Investors 7.22M $440.62M +1.7%
BK Bank Of New York Mellon 6.44M $392.98M -16.9%
Capital Research Global Investors 6.31M $385.18M +0.1%
Pictet Asset Management 5.97M $364.42M -5.6%
BEN Franklin Resources 5.1M $310.98M +0.0%
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GQG Partners 3.21M +3.11M +2849.1%
Nuveen Asset Management 2.44M +1.4M +134.5%
BK Bank Of New York Mellon 6.44M -1.31M -16.9%
Norges Bank 1.29M +1.29M NEW
Massachusetts Financial Services 2.63M -1.13M -30.0%
FIL 1.84M -955.45K -34.1%
Zimmer Partners 1.07M +841.7K +364.1%
Thrivent Financial For Lutherans 1.68M +792.25K +89.3%
Ceredex Value Advisors 771.58K +771.58K NEW
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. 21.42M +719.81K +3.5%

Financial report summary

  • CMS Energy depends on dividends from its subsidiaries to meet its debt service obligations.
  • CMS Energy has indebtedness that could limit its financial flexibility and its ability to meet its debt service obligations.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers have financing needs and could be unable to obtain bank financing or access the capital markets.
  • Market performance and other changes could decrease the value of employee benefit plan assets, which then could require substantial funding.
  • Changes to ROA could have a material adverse effect on CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ businesses.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers are subject to rate regulation, which could have an adverse effect on financial results.
  • Utility regulation, state or federal legislation, and compliance could have a material adverse effect on CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ businesses.
  • Changes in taxation as well as the inherent difficulty in quantifying potential tax effects of business decisions could negatively impact CMS Energy and Consumers.
  • CMS Energy and its subsidiaries, including Consumers and EnerBank, must comply with the Dodd-Frank Act and its related regulations, which are subject to change and could involve material costs or affect operations.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers could incur substantial costs to comply with environmental requirements.
  • CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ businesses could be affected adversely by any delay in meeting environmental requirements.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers expect to incur additional substantial costs related to remediation of legacy environmental sites.
  • There are risks associated with Consumers’ substantial capital investment program planned for the next ten years.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers could be affected adversely by legacy litigation and retained liabilities.
  • Consumers is exposed to risks related to general economic conditions in its service territories.
  • Consumers is exposed to changes in customer usage that could impact financial results.
  • CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ energy sales and operations are affected by seasonal factors and varying weather conditions from year to year.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers are subject to information security risks, risks of unauthorized access to their systems, and technology failures.
  • CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ businesses have liability risks.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers are subject to risks that are beyond their control, including but not limited to natural disasters, civil unrest, terrorist attacks and related acts of war, cyber incidents, vandalism, and other catastrophic events.
  • Energy risk management strategies might not be effective in managing fuel and electricity pricing risks, which could result in unanticipated liabilities to CMS Energy and Consumers or increased volatility in their earnings.
  • Consumers might not be able to obtain an adequate supply of natural gas or coal, which could limit its ability to operate its electric generation facilities or serve its natural gas customers.
  • Unplanned outages or maintenance could be costly for CMS Energy or Consumers.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic could materially and adversely affect each of CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ business, results of operations, financial condition, capital investment program, liquidity, and cash flows.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers are exposed to counterparty risk.
  • CMS Energy and Consumers are exposed to significant reputational risks.
  • A work interruption or other union actions could adversely affect Consumers.
  • Failure to attract and retain an appropriately qualified workforce could adversely impact CMS Energy’s and Consumers’ results of operations.
Management Discussion
  • 1See Note 3, Regulatory Matters and Note 22, Asset Sale and Exit Activities.
  • 2See Note 3, Regulatory Matters.
  • For specific after-tax changes to net income available to common stockholders for 2019 versus 2018, see Item 7. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations—Results of Operations—CMS Energy Consolidated Results of Operations, in the Form 10‑K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019, filed February 6, 2020.
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