Computershare (CPU) said its revenue growth was strongest in the US as it posted a fall in profit for the 2013 financial year.
In the 12 months to June 30, underlying net profit after tax was $304.9 million, slightly below analyst forecasts for $306.1 million.
The group's net profit after tax slipped 9.2% from the previous year's result, to $157 million.
The result included one-off integration costs of $32 million on its Shareholder Services acquisition in the US and other UK purchases.
However, management said it sees earnings per share up around 5% in 2013-14 compared to the previous corresponding period.
Meanwhile, revenue for the year lifted to $2.02 million, an 11.8 per cent rise from the 2012 financial year, on the back of Computershare's US aquisitions.
The group will pay a final dividend of 14 cents, fully franked, to shareholders on the register on August 26.