ICE rings the changes
September 7, 2017

Intercontinental Exchange, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, this week announced that Stuart Williams has been appointed as President of ICE Futures Europe and Timothy J Bowler has been appointed President of ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA), both effective October 2017.

Williams will assume the role following David Peniket's retirement, and Bowler will succeed Finbarr Hutcheson, who will take over from Paul Swann following the latter's retirement.

Williams has served as Chief Operating Officer since July 2016, and previously Director of Corporate Development. Prior to that, he was at LIFFE where he played a key role in the transition of LIFFE's clearing and trading to ICE's clearing and trading platforms, and the Exchange's integration into ICE.

Bowler will oversee IBA, a subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange responsible for three systemically important benchmarks: ICE LIBOR, the LBMA Gold Price and ICE Swap Rate, as well as the ISDA SIMM Crowdsourcing Facility. IBA expects to assume responsibility for the administration of the LBMA Silver Price on 25 September.

Bowler joins from Goldman Sachs where he was a Managing Director in the Financial Institutions Group. Before that he worked for four years at the US Treasury where he last served as Counselor to Secretary Lew responsible for advising the Secretary on matters relating to Housing Finance Reform and distressed municipalities.





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Intercontinental Exchange, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, this week announced that Stuart Williams has been appointed as President of ICE Futures Europe and Timothy J Bowler has been appointed President of ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA), both effective October 2017.

Williams will assume the role following David Peniket's retirement, and Bowler will succeed Finbarr Hutcheson, who will take over from Paul Swann following the latter's retirement.

Williams has served as Chief Operating Officer since July 2016, and previously Director of Corporate Development. Prior to that, he was at LIFFE where he played a key role in the transition of LIFFE's clearing and trading to ICE's clearing and trading platforms, and the Exchange's integration into ICE.

Bowler will oversee IBA, a subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange responsible for three systemically important benchmarks: ICE LIBOR, the LBMA Gold Price and ICE Swap Rate, as well as the ISDA SIMM Crowdsourcing Facility. IBA expects to assume responsibility for the administration of the LBMA Silver Price on 25 September.

Bowler joins from Goldman Sachs where he was a Managing Director in the Financial Institutions Group. Before that he worked for four years at the US Treasury where he last served as Counselor to Secretary Lew responsible for advising the Secretary on matters relating to Housing Finance Reform and distressed municipalities.



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