A global business with an entrepreneurial spirit

Since Computershare was established in Melbourne in 1978, we’ve expanded into markets around the world to become a global leader in financial administration. We now have the largest registry business in the world and have pioneered many of the securities industry’s innovations, helping companies to build and maintain strong relationships with their investors, employees and customers.


Being purple

Our Aussie roots mean that we are down-to-earth, straight-talking and get stuff done. At Computershare, we talk about this as ‘Being Purple’.

Being Purple is being authentic and approachable, doing the right thing, challenging the status quo, admitting mistakes, and recognising achievements. Our global business has a distinctive entrepreneurial spirit, a caring and inclusive culture, and opens up a world of opportunities that could take you anywhere.


A truly diverse place to work

One of the greatest advantages for our organisation is the talent and diversity of our people. We want to draw on the unique knowledge and experience of every member of our team and empower them to deliver. We strive to ensure all our employees have an equal opportunity to contribute their ideas, bring their personality to their work and showcase their skills. In fact, an important part of our strategic priorities is investing in initiatives that foster diversity and inclusion in our businesses.


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We embrace and support people of all abilities

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Committed to our global community

Our mission to make a real difference to the world around us has led to some truly memorable occasions in Computershare’s history. Our employees have raised money for life-changing projects by cycling through remote backroads in Asia and Africa or trekking in the Himalayas. We’ve supported the development of schools that serve underprivileged children in remote areas and helped fund sustainable farming and environmental restoration programs in developing countries. Giving back is a big part of our story.


Change a Life charity

Change A Life

Our global community giving program has a focus on sustainability by investing 50% of donations in global projects which provide long-term solutions to the communities our employees vote to work with. 25% of donations go to our selected Diversity and Inclusion partner, and the remaining 25% goes to local projects via established charities, chosen by our employees. Computershare matches all employee payroll donations.


Supporting our Communities

Supporting our communities

Our many offices around the world have a great track record of rallying behind local initiatives. We support a range of environmental and community projects, like donating to local homeless charities or mentoring school children. All employees also receive paid leave each year to volunteer for local causes.

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Sustainability at Computershare


Computershare is committed to being a responsible business - we recognise the environmental and social impacts of our activities and seek to manage them appropriately.

We have long-standing reduction targets in place at many of our key locations around the world, covering electricity, natural gas, water and waste. You can view our progress here.

We also track and aim to reduce the carbon emitted as a result of our global business air travel. In 2017 we launched our global tree planting program; we aim to plant enough trees to cover 10% of the carbon emitted as a result of our business air travel. To date we have planted 9,225 trees across North America, Europe and Australia.

We also participate in the Carbon Disclosure Project in Australia which benchmarks us against other entities listed locally. We are in the process of calculating the carbon footprint of our operations globally as well as the products and services we offer our clients.

Green Office Challenge 2019

Green office challenge

We hold an annual ‘Green Office’ challenge that calls on the ingenuity and drive of our people around the globe to help us identify and invest in new ideas that cut waste, eliminate single-use plastic and reduce our carbon footprint. Much of our progress to reduce our carbon footprint globally is the result of the support of our employees and volunteers, who have helped to drive our sustainability initiatives.


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