Computershare Limited is hunting for a new chief financial officer after Mark Davis announced he will step down from the role he has held for seven years.
The ASX-listed corporate services firm on Tuesday said it would canvas internal and external candidates as it transitions Mr Davis out of the role over the coming months.
Mr Davis has held a variety of senior positions in his 19 years with Computershare, including line responsibility for businesses across Australasia.
“It has been a great privilege to be part of the Computershare executive team and to work closely with so many talented people over many years,” Mr Davis said on Tuesday.
Computershare also said it is on track to meet its FY19 guidance of a 12.5 per cent increase in earnings per share when it reports on August 14.
Shares in the company were worth $16.54 before trade on Tuesday, having dipped 20 per cent from an all-time high of $20.71 in October last year.