Intercontinental Exchange Appoints Jonathan Reeve as Global Head of Connectivity and Consolidated Feed Businesses
theice.com – ATLANTA & NEW YORK–Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE), a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, today announced that Jonathan Reeve has been appointed Global Head of ICE Data Services’ Connectivity and Consolidated Feed businesses. Reeve will report to Lynn Martin, President and Chief Operating Officer of ICE Data Services, and will be responsible for strategic oversight and day-to-day management of ICE’s Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure (SFTI), colocation and Consolidated Feed businesses.
“With more than twenty years of experience in data operations and product management, Jonathan brings a deep background and extensive knowledge of the market data industry for our customers and the ICE Data Services team,” said Martin. “As we continue expanding our global SFTI, colocation network and consolidated feeds, Jonathan will be instrumental in leading our team to deliver for our customers and on ICE’s growth strategy.”
Reeve joins ICE after over 11 years at S&P Global, where he held executive-level positions, most recently as Chief Data Officer. Prior to S&P Global, he was at Reuters, where he managed large-scale technical and operational transformation projects. He began his career at the Canadian Depository for Securities Limited in Toronto. Reeve holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Concordia University in Montreal.
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