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Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provider, and listings services, an indispensable institution for over 225 years.

Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provider, and listings services, an indispensable institution for over 225 years.

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Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provider, and listings services, an indispensable institution for over 225 years.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 217: Entrepreneur and SPAC Founder Mark Ein is Ready to Serve an Ace in 2021

1/11/2021
Mark Ein, Founder and CEO of Capitol Investment Corporation V (NYSE:CAP.UT), has a 30 year track record of creating and acquiring growth companies spanning many industries, including five SPAC investments. Even before SPACs were making headlines, Mark and his team at Capital Investment Corp were bringing the vehicle to market, ushering in a new era of SPACs. Mark stepped inside the ICE House to discuss why 2020 was the year of the SPAC, and what’s in store for 2021. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:00:47:11

Episode 216: Clarivate CEO Jerre Stead Raises the Value of Companies by Trusting People

1/4/2021
During his 41 years at the top of a corporate organizational chart, Jerre Stead, Chairman and CEO of Clarivate (NYSE:CCC), has led 11 public companies, employed over 400,000 people, and completed 200 acquisitions. He leaned on all that experience to make sure his current company thrived as it completed five acquisitions & transitioned to a remote environment. He joins the podcast to discuss Clarivate’s mission to fuel life-changing innovations while growing at “Jerre Speed” through good work...

Duration:01:05:23

Episode 215: Aircuity CEO Dan Diehl’s Mission to Make Every Building a Healthy Indoor Environment

12/14/2020
We spend most of our time indoors but, for many of us, it took a pandemic to get us focused on the indoor environment. As long as, it was warm in winter and cool in summer, it was fine. Dan Diehl, President & CEO of Aircuity, steps Inside the ICE House to imagine a future where your building facilities operator might be more important to your health than your doctor. Aircuity equips schools, REITs, and company headquarters with technology and solutions to improve the quality of indoor...

Duration:00:47:47

Episode 214: Amplify ETFs CEO Christian Magoon Uses IBUY -- and What You Buy -- to Track the Digital Economy

12/10/2020
Americans spent $34.36 Billion shopping online in the brief five days between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday. Consumers, shut inside by the pandemic and glued as never before to their shopping apps, created a 2-for-1 buying binge in online retail growth. Christian Magoon, Founder and CEO of Amplify ETFs, discusses how Amplify Online Retail ETF (NYSEARCA: IBUY) and Amplify International Online Retail ETF (NYSEARCA:XBUY) help investors gain exposure in the sector. Christian joined the podcast...

Duration:00:50:25

Episode 213: Super CFO Steve Cakebread Reveals his Playbook for Taking a Company Public

12/7/2020
Steve Cakebread led the financial teams that ushered Yext, Pandora and Salesforce to successful IPOs. In his debut book -- The IPO Playbook: An Insider's Perspective on Taking Your Company Public and How to Do It Right -- Steve helps future CEOs and CFOs navigate the minefield that pocks the path to public offerings. Steve shares lessons learned over the arc of his storied career, from the early, embryonic days at the companies he’s helped to lead and grow, to their iconic bell-ringing...

Duration:00:49:10

Episode 212: Stephen Covey on How to Succeed in Business with a Premium on Trust

11/30/2020
This year has pressure-tested every organization. Why have some risen to the occasion while others floundered? Stephen M. R. Covey sees one factor as fundamental. The author of The SPEED of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything continues his famous father’s mission to unleash potential and unlock value by educating employers and employees on the economics of trust. Stephen is the former CEO of Covey Leadership Center and led his company’s merger with Franklin Quest to form...

Duration:01:03:25

Episode 211: Joe Tyrrell, President of ICE Mortgage Technology, Wants to Digitize Your Next Home Purchase

11/23/2020
Joe Tyrrell, President of ICE Mortgage Technology, leads the team providing the infrastructure that is transforming the process of getting a mortgage. Joe explains how Ellie Mae became the backbone of the mortgage industry and took on its biggest challenge: helping clients through unprecedented volume amid a global pandemic. Two months after joining forces with ICE, Joe breaks down what is happening in today’s housing market, the synergies between the companies, and the future of the digital...

Duration:01:06:30

Episode 210: ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott’s Mission to Make Work Work Better

11/16/2020
Digital transformation is the generational opportunity that Bill McDermott has been preparing a lifetime for. Bill was named CEO of ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) in 2019 with the expectation that his track record of successful growth at Xerox and SAP would lead the SaaS company to new heights. A year into his newest chapter, ServiceNow’s plan to revolutionize workflows is still the plan as the company expands its offering in response to COVID-19 and shoots for Bill’s ambitious $10 Billion...

Duration:00:59:19

Episode 209: The Five Megatrends Shaping Our Future, with BlackRock’s Jeff Spiegel

11/9/2020
Jeff Spiegel, Director, US Head of iShares Megatrend and International ETFs at BlackRock, breaks down the transformative forces changing the trajectory of the global economy. Jeff took us on a tour of the five megatrends (technology, shifting demographics, urbanization, climate change and emerging global wealth) that BlackRock believes will shape our world, how COVID-19 has accelerated these changes, and how investors can gain exposure to these themes through iShares’ suite of Megatrend...

Duration:00:45:11

Episode 208: Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya is Out to Arm the Rebels

11/5/2020
The high water mark of the 2020 NYSE Institutional Equity Forum was NYSE President Stacey Cunningham’s fireside chat with Chamath Palihapitiya, the Founder & CEO of Social Capital, as well as Chairman of Virgin Galactic (NYSE: SPCE) and Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings. Chamath shared his unfiltered thoughts on special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), investing, crypto, and why Silicon Valley’s hesitancy to tap the public markets has hurt tech companies success and investor...

Duration:00:35:57

Episode 207: PSEGs Chairman & CEO Ralph Izzo: An Energy Boss Combatting Climate Change

11/2/2020
A remote work force has challenged the utility sector’s ability to provide efficient and reliable service. Ralph Izzo, Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated’s (NYSE:PEG) Chairman, President, & CEO, has helmed his company through turbulent times, price fluctuations, and the growing need for sustainable energy. He joins the podcast to share how PSEG has learned to thrive where others failed, and how the company is poised to win again in the era of global climate change.

Duration:00:46:21

Episode 206: CC Capital Founder Chinh Chu on Why SPACs are Now a Main Course to Going Public

10/29/2020
Fresh off the successful combination of Utz Snacks with Collier Creek Holdings, a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, Chinh Chu steps Inside the ICE House to discuss why 2020 is the year of SPACs and that they’re here to stay. The Founder and Senior Managing Director of CC Capital -- and former Blackstone Managing Director -- has used his extensive private equity experience to spearhead the creation of four SPACs so far, and he’s just getting started. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:00:35:16

Episode 205: Axios Founders Jim VandeHei & Mike Allen Offer a Smart & Brief Take on Campaign 2020

10/27/2020
A week before the 2020 U.S. Election, Axios Founders Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen step Inside the ICE House to help make us smarter about White House and Senate races and share what may come next with either a second Trump term or a Biden transition. The episode was recorded live at the 2020 New York Stock Exchange Institutional Equity Forum before an online audience laser focused on divining what the vote and the next four years hold for the country and its capital markets.

Duration:00:38:39

Episode 204: An Entrepreneur’s Undaunted Journey: Hint Founder & CEO Kara Goldin

10/22/2020
You’ve got to be Undaunted to grow a business from a home kitchen full of water-soaked fruit into a global enterprise grossing over $150 million, and that’s the title of Kara Goldin’s new book: Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters, just out from Harper Collins. She stepped Inside the ICE House to share lessons on learning from failure and frustration, and how to move by turning criticism into motivation. Learn more about Kara: http://www.drinkhint.com/InsidetheICEHouse Inside the ICE...

Duration:00:52:09

Episode 203: Tennis Legend Stan Smith on the Shoe, the Game, and the 2021 Slate for the Hall of Fame

10/19/2020
Stan Smith, legendary member, and now president, of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, joined the podcast to talk about his storied career, the current state of tennis and, of course, the iconic shoes that bear his name. Our conversation spanned safety on the court during the coronavirus pandemic and a preview of the candidates whose careers have earned them a spot on the 2021 ballot, which allows fans to vote for who they want to see be inducted into the Hall of Fame by going to...

Duration:00:55:03

Episode 202: Authors Robert Putnam & Shaylyn Romney Garrett Graph an “Upswing” to Unite America

10/16/2020
In The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again, Robert Putnam and Shaylyn Romney Garrett explore and recast the progress of American Society through what they call the “I-We-I” curve. It’s part of their comprehensive research to show how economics, politics, society, and culture have evolved over the past 125 years tracking hundreds of data points as the nation has struggled to balance the uniquely American Promise of individualism and...

Duration:00:57:29

Episode 201: Former Prologis CEO Walt Rakowich is Transparent About Transfluence

10/14/2020
In his debut book, TRANSFLUENCE: How to Lead with Transformative Influence in Today’s Climates of Change, Walt Rakowich shares lessons he’s learned about leadership over his long career. He took over as CEO of Prologis during the economic downturn as it became the third-worst performing company in the S&P 500. Walt highlights how his experience orchestrating a dramatic turnaround at a company near collapse put his ability to the test and revealed how business leaders must evolve in the...

Duration:00:59:41

Episode 200: Peter Baker and Susan Glasser on The Man Who REALLY Ran Washington

10/12/2020
We may not see the likes of James Baker again. His influence on American politics, governance and diplomacy spans four presidents bridging two centuries. His rarified career that took him from the tennis courts of Houston to the palace courts for world capitals is captured in the best seller, “The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III,” from New York Times’ Chief White House Correspondent, Peter Baker, and Susan Glasser, Staff Writer for the New Yorker.

Duration:01:17:37

Episode 199: Dan Yergin, the Voice of Energy, Strikes the Mother Lode with THE NEW MAP

10/8/2020
One of the world’s foremost experts on oil and how it’s changed the world, Pulitzer Prize winner Daniel Yergin, is out now with his latest treatise, THE NEW MAP: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations. The book’s main character, energy, is simultaneously a Pandora’s Box and a Holy Grail that has driven nations apart as well as forged unlikely partnerships. The conversation with Yergin, the Vice Chairman of IHS Markit, explores the interplay of geopolitics, the pandemic, and the upcoming US...

Duration:00:45:18

Episode 198: Former Secretary of State John Kerry: A Diplomatic Courtship of Wall Street on Combat Climate Change

10/5/2020
John Kerry, the 68th U.S. Secretary of State -- and now Chairman of the Climate Finance Partners Advisory Board, has partnered with Krane Funds Advisors to launch the KFA Global Carbon ETF (NYSE Arca: KRBN). Secretary Kerry has faced many crises during his career, but his call to address global warming remains at the top of his agenda. Following his recent visit to the NYSE, Secretary Kerry laid out the case to price carbon and put market forces to work to address the looming challenge.

Duration:00:38:29