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Inside the ICE House

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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.

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English


Episodes

Episode 168: Schooling Around in Miami with Kevin O’Leary: A Shark’s Take on Coronavirus

4/3/2020
Kevin O’Leary, Chairman of O’Shares Investments & Shark Tank investor, is socially distancing, but isn’t pulling his punches. He shares a bird’s eye view from his South Beach Condo on how the world changed in real time; the companies and countries best positioned to survive and thrive; and why his life will never go back to the old normal. He also breaks down the market fundamentals and strategies that underpin O’Shares ETFs, driving the economy of tomorrow that seems to get closer...

Duration:00:50:01

Episode 167: Catching Up with NYSE President Stacey Cunningham at the End of an Extraordinary Week on Wall Street

3/28/2020
With markets cresting following three consecutive days of gains, NYSE President Stacey Cunningham sat down for a virtual fireside chat with Marie-Josée Kravis and members of the Economic Club of New York. With the Trading Floor temporarily closed, they discussed how, even in a fully electronic environment, the New York Stock Exchange market model helps public companies, traders, and investors navigate through uncertain times. The discussion also covered Stacey’s thesis for why, even in...

Duration:00:45:14

Episode 166: The Decision to Temporarily Close the New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor

3/20/2020
In our first ever remote podcast, NYSE Group Chief Operating Officer Michael Blaugrund Skyped in from his secure remote location to break down the decision to temporarily close the NYSE Trading Floor and the impact that the COVID-19 Pandemic will have on the markets and trading. Michael explains that, long before social distancing, the Exchange has been preparing for this sort of emergency contingency, starting with the first electronic trading systems that were deployed at the New York...

Duration:00:57:14

Episode 165: Travelers Institute President Joan Woodward on Risk Management in a Digital World

3/16/2020
Leading cybersecurity experts recently convened at the New York Stock Exchange to learn from each other about good digital hygiene. The conference, part of the Travelers Companies (NYSE:TRV) Cyber: Prepare, Prevent, Mitigate, Restore series, was hosted by the Travelers Institute’s President Joan Woodward. Joan told us how Travelers Institute is educating the government and public on cybercrime protection, autonomous vehicle liabilities, and the one thing that will keep you safer behind the...

Duration:00:40:23

Episode 164: Mad Money’s Jim Cramer Has His Viewer’s Back

3/9/2020
Coronavirus, the 2020 election cycle, and volatility be damned, Jim Cramer knows there is always a Bull Market somewhere. He launched CNBC’s Mad Money 15 years ago this week, with the mission to “come out every night to help level the playing field, so you can try to have a fighting chance against the big boys, the fat-cat hedge fund managers who think they own the market.” He sat down to reflect on the show, his career from Philly to Harvard to the floor of the NYSE, and share his expertise...

Duration:00:44:12

Episode 163: Steve Demetriou, Chair & CEO of Jacobs, on Engineering a New Corporate Culture

3/2/2020
Of the thousands of firms listed on the NYSE, only 26 can have a single letter ticker symbol, and Jacobs (NYSE: J) has one of them. The new ticker symbol and new name (it was formerly Jacobs Engineering Group) reflects the firm’s transformation under its Chair & CEO, Steve Demetriou. He was a recent guest of Betty Liu on Slice, part of ICE’s Insights Platform, to discuss how Jacobs reimagined its future built around a commitment to sustainability and diversity that will allow Jacobs to...

Duration:00:34:02

Episode 162: David Fischel, CEO of Stereotaxis, is leading a robot revolution in the O.R.

2/24/2020
Get the robot in here, STAT! Surgery is going digital by leveraging artificial intelligence, telemedicine, and big data to bring cutting edge care to patients across the globe. David Fischel is CEO of Stereotaxis (NYSEAMERICAN:STXS), one of the companies leading this sea change. He dropped by the NYSE to talk about the company’s advancements, including bringing Genesis, a new robotic magnetic navigation technology, to market. David also forecasts the future of machine-augmented medicine and...

Duration:00:36:11

Episode 161: Bill.com CEO Rene Lacerte is Cutting Paper Checks Out of Business Operations

2/20/2020
You may be shocked that, even in our digital age, 90% of businesses still rely on paper checks. Rene Lacerte started Bill.com to disrupt that by unchaining data from the filing cabinet. Bill.com’s cloud-based software allows businesses, regardless of their technical savvy, to automate the back office and focus on serving their customers. He joined the podcast on the day of Bill.com’s IPO to explain why entrepreneurship is a family affair, and why persistence is the key genetic trait of the...

Duration:00:35:15

Episode 160: Understanding the Truth and Global Fallout of the Chernobyl Disaster

2/17/2020
Adam Higginbotham last year published the New York Time Best Seller, Midnight in Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World’s Greatest Nuclear Disaster, now available in paperback. Based on over a decade of work, Adam’s writing reveals what it was like to be in the Reactor 4 Control Room and life in Pripyat on April 26, 1986. The conversation explores why the truth was so hard to find, the cause of the myths that endure, and why he is fascinated by when the intersection of man and technology...

Duration:01:01:48

Episode 159: LionTree CEO Aryeh Bourkoff Channels Umberto Boccioni on Scale and Motion

2/10/2020
The rebellious Italian Sculptor Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916) helped shape the futurism movement and today’s guest, Aryeh Bourkoff, is nothing if not a futurist. The Founder and CEO of LionTree runs an independent investment bank focused on the digital economy and creative industries. Last week, we turned our NYSE Library over to Aryeh, also the host of KindredCast, to tape an episode with our own NYSE President Stacey Cunningham. Turning the tables, we now bring you our conversation with...

Duration:00:55:32

Episode 158: Special Presentation of the KindredCast episode, “The Fearless Leadership of NYSE’s Stacey Cunningham.”

2/3/2020
This show was first released on KindredCast’s own feed, but, thanks to our friends at KindredMedia, we’re re-releasing it to share with our listeners. As part of a special two-episode arc, LionTree CEO Aryeh Bourkoff interviewed our own Stacey Cunningham. You’ve heard her on our show before, but never quite like this, now nearly two years on the job. Tune in next week as we turn the microphones around and have Aryeh as our guest. Inside the ICE House:...

Duration:00:52:52

Episode 157: Williams CEO Alan Armstrong Builds Solid Infrastructure for Gas, and Leadership

1/28/2020
About 30% of natural gas in the U.S. passes through pipelines owned by Williams, which is undergoing a transformation under President & CEO Alan Armstrong, who was appointed to the top job in 2011. Alan was a recent guest of Betty Liu on Slice, part of ICE’s Insights Platform, where she he talked to him about the role of technology in the energy sector and what it takes to lead an evolving company. Their conversation was condensed for the Slice broadcast. Here’s their full uncut...

Duration:00:39:15

Episode 156: TPG Capital Co-CEO Jon Winkelried Invests in Diversity

1/24/2020
As co-CEO of TPG Capital, Jon Winkelried oversees a sprawling portfolio and $119 billion under management, with operational teams spread across 17 offices around the world. He found himself at the NYSE recently, in conversation with Christina Minnis, Global Head of Acquisition for Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), the firm Winkelried left in 2009 as co-president. They talk at the NYSE Board Advisory Council Networking Summit about what it takes to serve on a board and why TPG, which has taken stakes...

Duration:00:35:19

Episode 155: Planet Fitness CEO Chris Rondeau is Building an Empire in a “Judgement Free Zone”

1/21/2020
By the time you hear this episode, you may have already abandoned your New Year’s Resolutions. That’s okay with Planet Fitness (NYSE: PLNT), whose doors are always open to everyone. Chris Rondeau, the company’s CEO, gave us a training session on why the Planet’s inclusive culture & franchise model is his secret sauce. And he would know. He started with the company at the front desk of its very 1st location & was on the Bell Podium this January, now as its CEO to celebrate the opening of the...

Duration:00:45:22

Episode 154: Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey is Creating a “Better Shared Future”

1/13/2020
The Coca-Cola Company’s Chairman & CEO James Quincey sat down with ICE Director Duriya Farooqui at the Second NYSE Board Advisory Council Networking Summit to offer his perspective on increasing diversity in business, the role of companies in solving the problems facing humanity, and who a CEO actually answers to. Recorded on the 100th Anniversary of Coca-Cola’s Listing on the NYSE, James shares how the Atlanta based global company continues to build on the values that the company was...

Duration:00:26:45

Episode 153: Petrobras CEO Roberto Branco Drives His Company to “Mind the Gap”

1/6/2020
Since Petrobras CEO Roberto Branco took the helm of the Brazilian energy giant a year ago, the legendary executive has embarked on a digital transformation of the company with over 63,000 employees. Mr. Branco traveled north to the New York Stock Exchange to roll out the company’s ambitious five year plan with a focus on returning shareholder value by deleveraging the balance sheet and shepherding Brazil’s natural resources, including the country’s unique pre-salt petroleum. Inside the...

Duration:00:28:24

Episode 152: FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee on the Resilience and Future of American Energy

12/23/2019
Recorded live at the Fourth Annual NYSE Spotlight on Energy event, ICE’s Co-head of Government Affairs, Hope Jarkowski, and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman, Neil Chatterjee, explore the U.S. energy markets regulatory ecosystem and the future of energy infrastructure. The NYSE is the home of over 90% of the qualified publically traded utilities and pipeline companies in the U.S. Many firms also use the many other markets of Intercontinental Exchange to trade and hedge their...

Duration:00:32:42

Episode 151: Sharon Bowen, Duriya Farooqui and Betty Liu on Diversifying Corporate Boards

12/19/2019
Representation among women and minorities on corporate boards is ticking up, but more work lies ahead as investors and other stakeholders demand more diversity. Data show that more diversity can drive better results, and the NYSE Board Advisory Council was launched to champion qualified candidates nominated by leaders of listed companies. ICE Board Members Sharon Bowen and Duriya Farooqui, along with NYSE Vice Chair Betty Liu, are Co-Chairs of the Council and convened inside the ICE House to...

Duration:01:11:16

Episode 150: An ETF Worth its Weight in Gold: A Conversation with George Milling-Stanley and Joe Cavatoni

12/16/2019
The listing of SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE ARCA: GLD) transformed gold investing from requiring a scale and vault to simply buying a share of an ETF on the NYSE. On the 15th Anniversary of GLD, Chief Gold Strategist at State Street Global Advisors, George Milling-Stanley, and World Gold Council’s Head of US, Joe Cavatoni, teamed up to share their collective experience in the gold market, from traveling to the bottom of the deepest mines to bringing innovative investment tools to market. Inside...

Duration:00:57:59

Episode 149: The Wall Street Journal’s Greg Zuckerman cracks the code behind The Man Who Solved the Market

12/9/2019
Greg Zuckerman, a twenty-three-year veteran of the Wall Street Journal, has had a front row seat to some of the biggest financial successes and shakeups over two decades. His latest book, The Man Who Solved the Market, might be his biggest scoop yet: going deep inside the super-secretive hedge fund Renaissance Technologies and tapping into the mind of its reclusive founder, celebrated geometer Jim Simons, the man who used math to become the most successful master of the markets in...

Duration:00:55:46