Company Overview: Exchanges, Clearing Houses, Technology, Data Services
|ICE Futures Exchanges|
|*ICE Futures U.S., previously known as The Board of Trade of the City Of New York (NYBOT), was acquired by ICE in 2007. ICE Futures U.S. is the second largest derivatives exchange in the United States, offering futures and options on energies, agricultural commodities, precious metals, foreign exchange and equity indexes and credit. ICE Futures U.S. is a Designated Contract Market regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). In January 2008, ICE's primary trade matching engine for all OTC and futures products migrated permanently from Atlanta to the company's Chicago data center location. The hosting facility includes expanded co-location capabilities and provides the physical space, electric power, and bandwidth necessary to accommodate continued growth in ICE's messaging traffic, trading volume and customer base. The Atlanta-based data center is the disaster recovery site for the ICE trade matching engine.
It also offers contracts on short-, medium- and long-term interest rates such as the Eurodollar and GCF Repo futures, agriculture such as softs, emissions and equity derivatives such as the FTSE and MSCI futures. ICE Futures Europe is a Recognised Investment Exchange and regulated by the U.K. Financial Services Authority (FSA), with additional oversight by the CFTC, including position limits and enhanced reporting, for all U.S. linked contracts. ICE shut down the former IPE trading floors and switched trading over to an all electronic trading platform in 2005, making it the first fully electronic energy exchange in the world.
The exchange was essentially shut down, revamped and renamed ICE Futures Singapore, and launched in November 2015 with five contracts in brent crude, gasoil, gold and Renminbi futures, cleared at the exchange's renamed clearinghouse ICE Clear Singapore. ICE Futures Singapore is the fifth futures exchange for ICE. 
|ICE Securities Exchanges|
|*New York Stock Exchange was purchased by ICE as part of the NYSE Euronext acquisition in November 2013 for $11 billion. The NYSE, founded in 1792, lists medium and large companies and is also known as the "Big Board."
|NYSE Options Exchanges|
|*NYSE Amex Options, owned by IntercontinentalExchange Group since November 2013, is a US options exchange. It trades options on US-listed stocks, American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), broad-based, industry sector and international indexes, exchange traded funds (ETFs), and HOLDRS. In addition to conventional options, it also trades LEAPS and equity and index FLEX options. 
|ICE OTC Markets|
|*ICE OTC Energy is the internet-based global OTC energy market launched in 2000, and was the first major market and foundation for the company. The platform offers cleared and bilateral transactions on crude oil, natural gas, power, refined petroleum and natural gas liquids (NGL) contracts. ICE’s Henry Hub OTC natural gas swap is regulated by the CFTC as a Significant Price Discovery Contract. More than 95% of ICE's OTC energy volume is cleared.
|ICE Clearing Houses|
|*ICE Clear U.S. serves the markets of ICE Futures U.S. ICE Clear U.S. is a Derivatives Clearing Organization under the Commodity Exchange Act and is regulated by the CFTC.
|ICE's technology and services|
|ICE technology and services
bilateral and cleared OTC markets, as well as all ICE futures and options markets. ICE has more than 21,000 concurrent connections to its platform globally each day via is WebICE browser, and independent software vendors and co-location data centers.
|ICE Data Services|
|ICE Data Services
The other main department at IDG is Trading Solutions which includes: real-time market data feeds and trading infrastructure managed services for banks, brokers asset managers, hedge funds and others. This data across many asset classes helps support low latency traders and other applications dealing with portfolio pricing, risk and compliance. It also offers web applications and workstations providing market data, analytics and tools for traders. 
In February 2014, ICE was authorized by the FCA in London to oversee the LIBOR benchmark. In July 2014 ICE took over the administration of the ISDAFIX benchmark, a key rate for the pricing and settlement of swaps which is now called the ICE Swap Rate. And in March 2015, ICE was given authority to oversee the Gold Price, previously known as the London Bullion Market Association Gold Fixing Price, established in 1919. 
The company has four main divisions: Market Services, Listing Services, Technology Solutions and Information Services.
|Nasdaq Market Services|
|Nasdaq Listing Services|