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John Lothian Newsletter: Intercontinental Exchange Announces Senior Management Promotions; Tech Startup Funding Frenzy Prompts SEC Scrutiny of Brokers; CalPERS renews participation in OCC repurchase facility John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Bits&Pieces Jim Kharouf – JLN ICE news comes in threes today. Congratulations on three official promotions there: Ben Jackson has been named ICE’s chief commercial officer; Lynn Martin, president and COO of ICE Data Services, has added Interactive Data to her responsibilities; and Trabue Bland has been named president of ICE Futures U.S. All three are talented professionals with great market knowledge. Well deserved. Speaking of ICE (and snow), the Futures Industry Association’s Walt Lukken and the FIA board will ring the closing bell today at the New York Stock Exchange. For full details, see the NYSE Bell…

John Lothian Newsletter: Ranks of commodities brokers dwindle as U.S. futures industry evolves; Wall Street’s Leap Second Concern Saw Minor Hiccups, But No Chaos; Euro’s Salvation Lies in Its Political Appeal John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Intercontinental Exchange Announces ICE Data Services Appointments; Lynn Martin Named President and COO, David Goone Named Chairman MarketWatch Intercontinental Exchange,the leading global network of exchanges and clearing houses, announced two appointments at ICE Data Services, Intercontinental Exchange’s global data business comprising ICE and NYSE’s exchange data, analytics and connectivity services. Lynn Martin has been named President and COO of ICE Data Services, where she will manage the global data teams and platforms including ICE and NYSE market data, SuperDerivatives, the SFTI network and colocation business. She previously served as COO of ICE Clear U.S. Martin joined NYSE Euronext…

Five Minutes with Lynn Martin Financials,Interview

Lynn Martin

Lynn Martin was just named CEO of NYSE Liffe U.S., the U.S. division of NYSE Euronext’s international derivatives business. She was previously chief operating officer at the company and senior vice president at NYSE Euronext. She has been with the exchange for twelve years. She spoke with JLN editor Sarah Rudolph about her new role, the exchange’s acquisition of the Libor index, the one-year anniversary of the DTCC GCF repo index futures, and new and forthcoming products. Q: Congratulations on being the first woman to head a U.S. exchange since the 1980s. What does that mean to you? A: Thank…