Computershare Limited.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Since Computershare was established in Melbourne in 1978, our operations have expanded across five continents. We gain unique insights from around the world, integrating best practice and innovative developments to strengthen our competitive advantage and deliver market leading solutions for high integrity data management, high volume transaction processing and reconciliations, payments and stakeholder engagement.

Many of the world’s leading organisations use us to streamline and maximise the value of relationships with their investors, employees, creditors and customers. By working with Computershare, our clients benefit from our long standing, trusted relationships with third parties and advisors, forged from more than 30 years’ experience in financial markets across the world.

Our global footprint means we have the economies of scale to maintain robust compliance, audit, risk, anti-fraud, disaster recovery and business continuity planning programs – offering peace of mind to our clients and their customers.

Leveraging unrivalled expertise, Computershare’s experience helps to take care of our clients’ needs and ensure that we’re adding value to their busin​​ess every day.​​​​​​​​​​


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Brokers Not All Keen On Computershare

Computershare ((CPU)) has confirmed the suspicions of several brokers that original guidance provided at the FY17 result was conservative. Four months into the first half, the company now expects management earnings will be up 10% in constant currency terms. This compares with prior guidance of 7.5%. The lift in performance is attributed to stronger contributions from corporate actions and mortgage services.

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Analyst Views

CPU – Macquarie rates the stock as Underperform

Due to plunging interest rates, Computershare has downgraded FY20 management earnings guidance to "down around -15%" from a previous "down around -5%" but more importantly, the broker notes, downgraded FY21 margin income guidance by -47% on the basis that negative knock-on effects could manifest for US mortgage servicing and corporate actions through FY21.

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