Lynn Martin is president and chief operating officer of ICE Data Services, where she manages the global data teams and platforms including ICE and NYSE market data, SuperDerivatives, the SFTI network and colocation business. She was promoted to that position on July 1, 2015. She is also responsible for Interactive Data, which ICE acquired in December 2015.
Martin, who has been with the exchange since 2001, was previously chief operating officer of ICE Clear U.S. As COO of NYSE Liffe US, Martin was responsible for day-to-day operations and acted as the main interface for exchange members from an operational perspective. Before taking that role, Martin spent 10 years in a variety of senior customer and business development roles at NYSE Liffe.
She also was the CEO of NYSE Liffe US, which merged into ICE when ICE acquired NYSE Euronext. She was named to the position in July of 2013 when it was announced Tom Callahan would leave the company and take a job with BlackRock.
Prior to joining the exchange, Martin was a project manager at IBM Global Services from 1998 - 2001.
Martin graduated from Manhattan College in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree. She went on to graduate from Columbia University in 2001 with a master's in statistics.
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