Founded in Melbourne in 1978, Computershare entered the U.S. market in 2001 with the acquisition of the registry business of Harris Bank in Chicago, and has since grown into the world's foremost transfer agent and investor services provider.
Computershare became a publicly traded company (ASX: CPU) in 1994 with an initial market value of $25 million, growing over the years to today's market value of nearly $6 billion. We have consistently grown and expanded by
entering new markets through strategic acquisitions and development of our core businesses.
Now operating in more than 20 countries with 12,000 employees, our growth has been focused on providing opportunities for companies to attract, engage and manage their diverse stakeholder bases – individual and institutional investors, members, employees and customers – wherever they are in the world.