Computershare is committed to doing the right thing and supporting our employees, our clients and our communities.

Elements of environment, social and governance (ESG) have been in our DNA for decades, well before the acronym existed, and we have a track record of responsible citizenship, governance and transparency.

We’re committed to a transparent and accountable business approach that recognises the legitimate interests of all stakeholders, by:

  • Helping to create a more sustainable and equitable future with shared value for our employees, clients, suppliers, shareholders, community and the environment
  • Focusing on identifying ESG opportunities and mitigating ESG risks as part of our core strategic priorities and day-to-day operations, in line with our company values
  • Aligning with recognised global ESG disclosure frameworks and standards, including the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi), United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), CDP (formerly the Climate Disclosure Project), Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB).

Learn more about our ESG policy

What ESG means for Computershare

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    Minimising the impact of our resource consumption on the environment, by reducing our carbon footprint and other environmental impacts.

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    How we interact with customers, communities, employees and suppliers.

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    Internal practices and policies for effective and ethical decision-making and legal compliance.

Transparent communication on ESG

We’re committed to communicating with our stakeholders in relation to ESG regularly, and will continue to report annually on material ESG topics and issues.

See our annual ESG report

Want to learn more?

Click below to view our ESG policy.