Steve Rothbloom is President and CEO of Computershare's US business and is a member of Computershare's global Senior Executive Management group. He has spearheaded more than 25 acquisitions as part of Computershare's growth strategy in the US, including EquiServe, Georgeson Shareholder Services, Transcentive and Alamo Direct Mail Services, and the employee stock purchase plan division of Merrill Lynch.
Prior to his appointment as president and CEO of the US, Steve was president of Computershare Investor Services North America with direct responsibility for the registry and stock transfer business across Computershare's US and Canada offices as well as employee plan, analytics and document services businesses.
Steve is a member of the Corporate Transfer Association, the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, and the Securities Transfer Association, and was a past member of the executive committee and the board. He also serves on the advisory board of directors for the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago.
Kevin is president of Computershare's plans business, which includes employee stock purchase plans, stock option administration and restricted stock services. Kevin's role includes driving client retention initiatives, the strategic development of new business and cross-product initiatives.
Prior to joining Computershare, Kevin was responsible for all business development, marketing and communication at BNY Mellon Shareowner Services.
Kevin's professional affiliations include the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, where he serves on the Securities Law Committee. He also is an active participant in The National Investor Relations Institute andThe National Association of Stock Plan Professionals.
Bryan drives strategic planning and key growth initiatives for the Mortgage Services business unit of Computershare US. Bryan’s leadership style builds upon the company's professional services approach, industry expertise and innovative technologies. He is committed to fostering client satisfaction through long-term and trust-based relationships; an approach that he has cultivated over his 20-year career in the financial and securities industries.In addition to his current role, Bryan serves as the CEO of KCC, a market leader in claims administration support services, where he oversees strategic business opportunities for KCC and serves as a member of their Executive team. Prior to his position with Computershare Mortgage Services, Bryan served a role solely as the Executive Vice President of Computershare's M&A Strategy group. Still leading this effort, Bryan continues to grow Computershare's US-based business units through strategic acquisitions and partnerships. Bryan earned a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Delaware.
As the president of the Global Capital Markets Group, Paul is a member of Computershare's global senior executive team, and oversees the product strategy development and services such as global registry, cross-border trading and settlement services within the Computershare group.
Prior to joining Computershare Paul spent over 18 years working for both the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in a number of senior positions.
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Prior to being appointed CEO of Georgeson in July 2012, Bill had more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, working in various management capacities at BFDS, Bank of Boston, Mellon, PFPC Mutual Fund Services and Alamo Direct. He has developed and led proxy service organizations since 1990, including as president of Computershare Fund Services (CFS) since 2004. Under his leadership, CFS became the No. 1 proxy solicitation service provider to the mutual fund industry and executed the two largest proxy solicitation efforts in mutual fund history.
As President of Computershare Communication Services, a global provider of specialized communications services and solutions, Bernie is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the business including strategic development for key commercial markets.
This approach creates leverage of the national distributive production assets and capabilities resident within the core multi-channel communication solutions provided to Computershare 's customers globally ─ a very unique advantage in servicing evolving commercial markets within Financial Services, Insurance and other transaction-rich industries.
Bernie began his career at what was then Chase Manhattan Bank and their Asset Product Management Division, eventually moving to American Bank Stationery where he led several financial services-focused business development teams in the highly competitive North East Region market.
Nick joined Computershare in 2003, initially focused on driving a number of restructuring and cost reduction projects. In 2004, he became Director of Corporate Development in EMEA, where he was responsible for Computershare’s M&A strategy across Europe before becoming CFO for the EMEA region and responsible for UK Shared Services in 2008. He moved to the US in 2014 as CFO for all US operations.
Nick qualified as a chartered accountant with Arthur Andersen in the UK in 1997, where he specialized in corporate recovery. He later spent four years in Australia, initially with Andersen before joining Rothschild in their venture capital business.
As the Chief Information Officer of Computershare North America, Irv Steltz's responsibilities include systems development, implementation and support of all technology in the US and Canada for Computershare.
Irv is responsible for approximately 350 staff, based in multiple locations in North America, who build and implement applications and support the technology infrastructure for all of the Computershare businesses in the region.
Irv had 15 years of relevant experience in financial systems and over 30 years of technology experience before joining Computershare Technology Systems in 2008.
As Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of Computershare US, Bill has over 25 years' experience in legal and compliance leadership roles, including Vice President and General Counsel of Trane Commercial Systems, the global provider of air conditioning solutions, and Head of Global Corporate Finance Compliance for Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. Other previous positions include: AIG, Interpublic Group, GE Capital, Chase Manhattan Bank and Cleary, Gotlieb, Steen & Hamilton.