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The News Archive for Amanda Hindlian

Amanda’s News Archive

The News Archive for Amanda Hindlian

Amanda Hindlian

President of Fixed Income & Data Services

The Intercontinental Exchange
New York, NY, USA
6 Dec 2021 | Bloomberg

NYSE Shakes Up Leadership as President Cunningham Steps Down

Amanda Hindlian has been appointed President of Fixed Income & Data Services at Intercontinental Exchange.

24 May 2021 | Business Wire

Travelers Institute Kicks Off Summer 2021 Virtual Programming with ‘The Future of Cities’ Webinar

The Travelers Institute, the public policy division of The Travelers Companies, Inc., begins its summer programming on Wednesday, May 26, at 1 p.m. ET with “The Future of Cities.” On June 16, Amanda Hindlian, Head of Capital Markets, NYSE Group, will take part in a webinar titled “Behind the Scenes at the NYSE: Everything You Want to Know About SPACs, IPOs and Direct Listings”.

24 Oct 2019 | CNBC

It will take 100 years for women to earn the same as men at this rate

Amanda Hindlian, Global Chief Operating Officer of Global Investment Research at Goldman Sachs says, “The gender gaps are unlikely to close without broad commitment and active participation by men and women alike,” said Hindlian. “To be effective, the “tone from the top” needs to be accompanied by both action and accountability.”

25 Sep 2019 | MarketWatch

Major cities including New York and Tokyo tagged for climate distress: Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs’s Global Markets Institute, led by Amanda Hindlian, has warned in a new report of “significant” potential risks to the world’s largest cities, which are especially vulnerable to more frequent storms, higher temperatures, rising sea levels and storm surges. Cities generate about 80% of global GDP and house more than half of the world’s population, a share that Goldman says, citing the United Nations, is projected to reach two-thirds by 2050.

11 Apr 2019 | CNBC

Working women and the child-care equation: No one has it figured out

Decisions like Halsall’s could have a lifelong impact on a working mother’s earnings potential. Leaving the workforce for five years to raise children could cost women 20 percent of their earnings potential although their leave only represents one-eighth of their working lifetime, according to researchers led by Amanda Hindlian, president of Goldman Sachs’ Global Markets Institute. “In the age of technology, parents don’t expect it to be so hard to find this critical service,” Halsall said in an email. “I certainly didn’t. Winnie is building the missing marketplace that gives parents a complete picture of their options so they can make the right choice for themselves and their families.”