Steve Rothbloom

Steven Rothbloom joined Harris Bank in 1986 and was appointed Executive Vice President in 1998. Following Computershare's acquisition of the registry business of Harris Bank in 2000, Steven joined the North American executive team. He was appointed as President of Computershare USA in 2000 and during his tenure so far has overseen significant growth in the company's USA business.

Craig Alie

Craig has overall responsibility for the sales and marketing of our compliance-based suite of services for corporate issuers. In this role, he leads the go-to-market strategy for our current and emerging solution offerings to address the ever-changing needs of our clients.

Craig started his career with EquiServe prior to its acquisition by Computershare, and subsequently spent more than a decade with Iron Mountain in various front office transformation roles. Craig's background has provided him with a fundamental understanding of our equity businesses combined with broad expertise in the customer experience field, growing client relationships and enhancing customer loyalty.

Ann Bowering

As Head of Issuer Services US, Ann Bowering is responsible for the leadership, growth and day to day management of the Issuer Services business.

Before joining Computershare in 2019, Ann was the Managing Director and CEO of NSX Limited. While there, Ann led the execution of an essential, and very significant restructure of the operations, people and culture, and strategy of the company.

Ann has over 20 years’ experience in financial markets. Her expertise in the development and operation of licenced and regulated financial markets stems from her time as a director and CFO of the derivatives exchange Financial & Energy Exchange Limited. She also held senior positions at Lucsan Capital and KPMG, where her roles covered the specialisations of Capital Markets Advisory, Risk Management, and Assurance.

Sheila Frierson, CEP

With more than sixteen years of progressive experience in the equity plans industry, Sheila leads Computershare’s North America plans business to help clients harness the team’s expertise and simplify the administrative needs of managing an employee equity compensation program.

Prior to this role, Sheila led the U.S. plans client relationship management team that delivered comprehensive solutions for plans recordkeeping, employee mobility tracking, year-end tax reporting and plan participant communications.

Sheila is an active speaker in the industry and serves on the board of directors for the Global Equity Organization. In addition Sheila chairs the board for Computershare’s North American Women4Women Network. Sheila earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University.

William Jackson

Bill leads our proxy services business and Computershare Fund Services. He has developed and led proxy service organizations since 1990. Under his leadership, Computershare Fund Services became the No. 1 proxy solicitation service provider to the mutual fund industry.

Bill has 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.

Frank Madonna

Frank is currently responsible for integrating the recent corporate trust acquisition into our Computershare environment.

Previously, Frank spent nearly four years as Computershare’s Head of Global Core Operations, ensuring that we consistently deliver high-quality support services to our clients, their shareowners and employee stock plan participants through our global service model. Frank joined Computershare through its acquisition of BNY Mellon’s Shareowner Services business in 2012, where he was heading up operations for Mellon Investor Services (MIS). Prior to that, Frank managed the MIS Investor Care Network, which included multiple call center operations, e-service delivery, and shareholder relations. Frank has more than two decades of successful customer care and BPO expertise, and his professional affiliations include the Direct Marketing Association, J.D. Power & Associates CC Champion, APQC and the Incoming Call Management Institute.

Ellen McCarthy

Ellen is Head of Compliance in the U.S. Her background includes serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Risk & Compliance Officer of the American Stock Transfer & Trust Company (AST). There, she directed all corporate compliance and risk functions throughout North America for AST and its affiliated operating entities, including CST Trust Company, Donlin Recano, and D. F. King. Prior to joining AST, Ellen held Senior Counsel roles with the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)/Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Enforcement Department.

Ellen earned a J.D. from St. John’s University and a B.A., Summa Cum Laude from St. Joseph’s College, where she was class valedictorian. She is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and is a Bar Member of the State of New York. Ellen received Working Mother Magazine’s “Working Mother of the Year Award” in 2013. Born and raised in Brooklyn Heights, N.Y., she now resides in Breezy Point, N.Y. with her husband and two sons. Active in her community, Ellen serves on the Lawyers, Litigation, and Claims and Hearing Committees of her residential cooperative, was Chair of the St. Matthias Catholic Academy Board, and is a past Board member of the Cobble Hill Health Center and Stella Maris High School.

William Zeller

Bill is the chief legal counsel for Computershare in the U.S. He has more than 25 years of experience in legal and compliance leadership roles.​

He has served as Vice President and General Counsel of Trane Commercial Systems and Head of Global Corporate Finance Compliance for Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. Other previous service include: AIG, Interpublic Group, GE Capital, Chase Manhattan Bank and the law firm of ​Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton.