Business Summary
Computershare has brought together many different businesses, many different people and many different products and services around the world.
About Us

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​One of Melbourne's first start-up technology companies, we were founded in the city's suburbs in 1978. Our initial ambition was to provide computer services to businesses that needed to automate processes. Eventually, we progressed to providing specialist computer bureau services to Australian share registrars, something we quickly excelled at. Harnessing our entrepreneurial spirit, we continued to develop best in class technology that minimises risk, reduces cost and simplifies processes for our clients and their customers.

When we listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in 1994 we had a market cap of AUD $36 million, managed around 6 million shareholder accounts and had about 50 staff. Now we're a global business with a market cap in the billions, managing over 125 million customer records with 16,000 staff across all major financial markets.

Computershare remains a unique Australian success story. We built on our share registry business by successfully expanding into employee equity plans, stakeholder communications, corporate governance, fund services, class action administration, deposit protection and most recently, mortgage servicing.

What We Do
  • Registry Services
  • Global Markets
  • Customer Engagement
  • Corporate Governance
  • Employee Equity Plans
Do I need to keep my shareholding statements?
​You should keep your shareholding statements for tax purposes.​
Can I submit my TFN online?
​A TFN or ABN can be submitted and updated online through Investor Centre. It's quick and easy and you don't need to become a member.​
When is the dividend paid?
The latest dividend payment dates are available on the key dates page.
At A Glance
Notable Achievements
2014 Global Equity Organization Award
2013 ifs ProShare Awards
2015 ESOP Awards