When your company is planning an M&A corporate event, you need to have confidence that your deal is in good hands with a partner that will manage all the details to get the job done quickly, accurately, and make sure nothing is left to chance. When you work with Computershare, you are choosing a partner with decades of experience managing every type of event you can think of, no matter how unique or complex.

In Canada in 2021, Computershare handled 316 public and private reorganization transactions and processed cash entitlements of over $52 billion.

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    Full suite of services

    When you have an M&A corporate event, it makes good business sense to choose a partner with a range of services to help you from beginning to close. With Computershare’s broad capabilities, we can likely handle every aspect of your corporate action in-house – meeting services, escrow, shareholder communications, ASSET REUNIFICATION® (through Georgeson) and more. A one partner approach eliminates the confusion, efforts and additional costs required to organize multiple service providers.

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    Consultative approach to planning

    Your company needs a tailored strategy for each of your events. We work closely with all parties – legal counsel, investment bankers and your internal deal team – to develop a plan designed for your specific requirements.

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    Choose a team with years of experience over thousands of events, including the most complex and groundbreaking. We take the time to understand your goals and provide or develop innovative solutions to deal with the specific needs of your transaction.

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    Global and domestic capabilities

    If your business reaches across borders or continents, you need a partner with global capabilities. Our global footprint gives us local knowledge of market practices and participants, to help you execute your action seamlessly in Canada, North America, and around the world.

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End-to-end service for your corporate actions and events​

We provide you with holistic consulting, communication and processing services for your corporate action events.

Depositary and Payment Agent Services

  • Plans of arrangement, offers to purchase, substantial issuer bids
  • Redemptions, retractions, conversions and spin-offs
  • Amalgamations
  • Stock splits and reverse stock splits
  • Cross-border transactions (i.e. schemes of arrangement)
  • Private transaction depositary and payment services
  • Odd lot programs

Subscription Agent Services

  • ​Rights Offerings, Warrant Subscriptions, and Installment Receipts


A trusted M&A partner for the legal industry

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Communications for Corporate Actions

Communication is the key to achieving your desired result. We help you easily communicate with your stakeholders for your corporate action events. You can use our integrated print and mail solutions for your proxy mailings, provide your investors with the answers they need through our National Customer Contact Centre and enable them to claim their entitlement online, by mail or phone.

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