Atlanta and New York-based Intercontinental Exchange has announced that David Goone, its chief strategy officer, has been named chairman of ICE Data Services, which oversees ICE’s global data business including its and the New York Stock Exchange’s data, analytics and connectivity services. Mr. Goone also is to continue with his responsibilities as chief strategy officer.

Lynn Martin, formerly chief operating officer of ICE Clear U.S., has been appointed ICE Data Services’ president and chief operating officer.

In her previous role, she oversaw risk management and post-trade services for ICE Futures U.S. agricultural, metals, currency, credit and equity index futures and options contracts.

Currently, she manages the global data teams and platforms including ICE and NYSE market data. In addition, she is responsible for SuperDerivatives, ICE’s financial information, derivatives technology and trade executive provider, which over the past four years has been recognized by Inside Market Data Awards as being the best provider in a highly competitive field.

SuperDerivatives provides prices that reflect the inter-dealer market by providing true live market rates tested in real-time in the marketplace by active traders and run through a proprietary pricing model. Its customers include banks, hedge funds, asset managers, custodians and hedge fund administrators in more than 60 countries.

ICE Data Services also manages the SFTI Network, which provides customers with domestic and international financial markets connectivity through a single port.

The network offers access to 140 global trading destinations for primary or extra connectivity.

According to ICE, customers using the service an tap into more than 500 data feeds across leading equities, options, future, fixed income and foreign exchange and more.