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1) (NYSE: ICE) Third Quarter 2015 Earnings Supplement October 28, 2015

2) Forward-Looking Statement and Legends CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS This presentation may contain “forward-looking statements” made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Statements regarding ICE’s business that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict. Although we believe the expectations reflected in these forward-looking statements are reasonable, these statements are not guarantees of future results, performance, levels of activity or achievements, and actual results may differ materially from what is expressed or implied in any forward-looking statement. The factors that might affect our performance include, but are not limited to: our business environment and industry trends; general economic conditions and conditions in global financial markets; volatility in commodity prices, equity prices, and price volatility of financial benchmarks and instruments such as interest rates, credit spreads, equity indexes and foreign exchange rates; changes in domestic and foreign laws, regulations, rules or government policy with respect to financial markets, or our businesses generally, including increased regulatory scrutiny or enforcement actions; the success of our clearing houses and our ability to minimize the risks associated with operating multiple clearing houses in multiple jurisdictions; the performance and reliability of our technology and the technology of our third party service providers; our ability to identify and effectively pursue acquisitions and strategic alliances and successfully integrate the companies we acquire; increasing competition and consolidation in our industry; our ability to continue to realize the synergies and benefits of the NYSE acquisition within the expected time frame, and continue to integrate NYSE’s operations with our business; our ability to keep pace with rapid technological developments and to ensure that the technology we utilize is not vulnerable to security risks, hacking and cyber-attacks; the soundness of our electronic platform and disaster recovery system technologies; the accuracy of our cost estimates and expectations; our belief that cash flows from operations will be sufficient to service our current levels of debt and fund our working capital needs and capital expenditures for the foreseeable future; our ability, on a timely and cost-effective basis, to offer additional products and services, leverage our risk management capabilities and enhance our technology; our ability to maintain existing market participants and attract new ones; our ability to protect our intellectual property rights, including the costs associated with such protection, and our ability to operate our business without violating the intellectual property rights of others; our ability to identify trends and adjust our business to respond to such trends; potential adverse results of litigation and regulatory actions and proceedings; and our ability to complete the acquisition of Interactive Data Holdings Corporation on a timely basis or at all and achieve the anticipated benefits and synergies. For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, see ICE’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, including, but not limited to ICE’s most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2014, as filed with the SEC on February 5, 2015. These filings are available in the Investors & Media section of our website. We caution you not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which such statement is made, and we undertake no obligation to update any forward-looking statement or statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date on which such statement is made or to reflect the occurrence of an unanticipated event. New factors emerge from time to time, and it is not possible for management to predict all factors that may affect our business and prospects. Further, management cannot assess the impact of each factor on the business or the extent to which any factor, or combination of factors, may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements. GAAP AND NON-GAAP RESULTS This presentation includes non-GAAP measures that exclude certain items we do not consider reflective of our cash operations and core business performance. We believe that the presentation of these non-GAAP measures provides investors with greater transparency and supplemental data relating to our financial condition and results of operations. These adjusted non-GAAP measures should be considered in context with our GAAP results. A reconciliation of Adjusted Net Income from Continuing Operations, Adjusted Earnings Per Share from Continuing Operations, Adjusted Operating Income, Adjusted Operating Margin and Adjusted Operating Expenses to the equivalent GAAP measure and an explanation of why we deem these non-GAAP measures meaningful appears in our September 30, 2015 Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the SEC on October 28, 2015 and in the appendix to this presentation. The reconciliation of Adjusted Tax Rate and Adjusted Debt-to-EBITDA to the equivalent GAAP results appear in the appendix to this presentation. Our Form 10-Q, earnings press release and this presentation are available in the Investors and Media section of our website at www.theice.com. EXPLANATORY NOTES All net revenue figures represent revenues less transaction based expenses for periods shown.  All earnings per share figures represent diluted weighted average share count on continuing earnings. 2

3) ICE Third Quarter 2015 Results Participants: Jeff Sprecher Chairman & CEO Chairman, NYSE Chuck Vice President & COO Scott Hill Chief Financial Officer Investor Relations: Kelly Loeffler, CFA SVP, Corporate Comm., Marketing & Investor Relations kelly.loeffler@theice.com Isabel Janci Senior Director, Investor Relations isabel.janci@theice.com 3

4) YTD September 2015 Financial Performance Diverse, Growing Revenue Streams Data Services Transactions, net 2014 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 $ (Millions) $ (Millions) $ (Millions) 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 2014 2015 Expense Discipline $303MM +11% y/y 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 2015 2014 2015 Consistent EPS Growth Adj. Operating Margin Adj. EPS 59% +5 pts y/y 60 Listings $614MM +22% y/y $1.4B +1% y/y $8.87 +26% y/y 9 40 6 30 $ (Percent) 50 20 3 10 0 0 2014 2015 2014 2015 Adjusted figures represent non-GAAP measures. Please refer to slides in the appendix for reconciliations to the equivalent GAAP measures. 4

5) Third Quarter 2015 Financial Performance INCOME STATEMENT HIGHLIGHTS (in millions except per share amounts) 3Q15 3Q14 % Chg Net revenues $816 $745 10% Adj. Operating Expenses $337 $344 (2)% Adj. Operating Income $479 $401 19% Adj. Operating Margin 59% 54% +5 pts Adj. Net Income from Cont. Ops attributable to ICE $323 $267 21% Adj. Diluted EPS from Continuing Ops $2.91 $2.34 24% Adjusted figures represent non-GAAP measures. Please refer to slides in the appendix for reconciliations to the equivalent GAAP measures. 5

6) Third Quarter 2015 Revenue Total Net Revenue +10% y/y, $816MM Transaction 6% 13% 24% Global Derivatives/Cash Equities 7% • Diversified across 9 asset classes • Secular and cyclical growth drivers • Energy Rev +5% y/y, Oil OI +21% y/y Subscription 56% 44% Data Services 26% • Subscription-based, proprietary data • Growth driven by new users & products, SuperDerivatives and IBA Listings 12% • NYSE extends lead in global proceeds raised for 5th consecutive year Other 6% • Includes interest income on certain margin deposits, trading license fees, regulatory fees, etc. 6

7) Third Quarter 2015 Revenue Net revenues (in millions) 3Q15 3Q14 % Chg Commodities $255 $243 5% Financials $119 $126 (7)% $86 $78 11 % $460 $447 3% 10% $209 $170 24 % 4% $101 $92 10 % $46 $36 27 % Subscription Revenues $356 $298 20 % Total Net Revenue(1) $816 $745 10 % U.S. Cash Equities & Equity Options Transaction & Clearing Revenues, net(1) Data Services(2) Listings 44% Other (1) Net revenues include transaction-based expenses of $335MM in 3Q15 and $265MM in 3Q14. (2) During the quarter, we reclassified certain connectivity fees from other revenues into data services revenues and restated previous periods. This information can be found in the September 30, 2015 10-Q. 7

8) Expense Discipline & Margin Expansion Adjusted Expenses (in millions) 3Q15 3Q14 % Chg Comp & Benefits $150 $144 4% Tech & Communications $49 $45 8% Prof Services & Adj. Acquisition-Related Costs $39 $49 (24)% SG&A and Rent $38 $56 (31)% Adj. Depreciation & Amortization $61 $50 22 % $337 $344 (2)% 59% 54% +5 pts Adj. Operating Expenses Adj. Operating Margin Note: Figures may not foot due to rounding. Adjusted figures represent non-GAAP measures. Please refer to slides in the appendix for reconciliations to the equivalent GAAP measures. 8

9) Solid Cash Generation & Capital Return • $708MM in unrestricted cash & short-term investments at Sep. 30; includes $187MM EMIR required future regulatory capital • Adjusted Debt-to-EBITDA(1) of 1.6x • With October buybacks & dividends paid in 4Q15, 2015 capital return of ~$1B Capital Return Operating Cash Flow $944 $1,463 1,500 900 $847 750 $890 900 $714 $ (Millions) $ (Millions) 1,200 600 Dividends 450 Buybacks 600 300 300 150 0 $75 0 2013 2014 YTD Sep '15 2013 2014 YTD Sep '15 (1) Adjusted debt-to-EBITDA reflects the ratio of total net debt for the trailing twelve months to adjusted EBITDA. This reflects a non-GAAP measure. Please refer to slides in the appendix for reconciliation to the equivalent GAAP measure. 9

10) Diverse Revenue and Earnings Growth Drivers Organic and acquired growth, secular drivers and regulation all drive opportunities Leading Energy Contracts Cash Equities & Listings Diverse Natural Gas Markets Near-Term Expanding in Asia Long-Term Growing Data Services Global Clearing Strong Rates Franchise 10

11) ICE is Uniquely Positioned in Global Data Services • Rich data offering & analytics across multiple asset classes: Energy and ag commodities, EU interest rates, equity index, FX, U.S. cash equities and equity options, and credit derivatives 6% 13% • Data offerings based on data unique to our markets and value-added services, such as 24% analytics, valuations, forward curves and indexes 50% 7% • Subscription-based, recurring revenue across ICE, NYSE, SuperDerivatives and IBA; soon to include Interactive Data Corp. • Secular trends driving data demand, including passive investing and indexation, and regulatory requirements for using and reporting data 10% 44% • Expect consistent annual growth over the long-term with strategic focus on data 4% 11

12) Interactive Data Corp (IDC) Strategic Rationale: Growth • Provides critical pricing, reference data and trading solutions to over 5,000 customers, including nearly all of the 50 largest US mutual funds, banks and global asset managers Industry Leader • Market leader in evaluated pricing with approximately 2.7MM daily valuations of a broad range of hard-to-value, thinly traded securities • Global fixed income data collection and distribution network • Builds on ICE's market data growth strategy with a leading provider in fixed income Strategic Fit • Capitalizes on secular trends driving for greater demand for data and related services, including valuation as capital efficiency becomes increasingly important • State of the art technology platform supporting new and existing products • ICE has a proven track record of integrating acquisitions, realizing synergies & driving growth Proven Innovator • Consistently executing on new initiatives & effective solutions based on customer needs and evolving regulatory environment • Proven ability to grow through product and technology innovation • Attractive subscription-based business model with ~98% recurring revenue Value Creation • Significant opportunities to leverage ICE’s global platform to accelerate IDC’s growth • Pricing & reference data represents ~70% of revenues and trading solutions ~30% • Corporate efficiencies and cost reductions 12

13) Interactive Data Corp Transaction Summary Terms • ICE will acquire IDC for $5.2 billion; IDC shareholders receive $3.65 billion in cash and $1.55 billion in ICE stock • ICE will finance the cash portion with debt • ICE will not assume IDC's debt, which will be repaid through proceeds • Approximately $150 million in annual cost synergies Synergies • Approximately 25% of expense savings realizable within first year of closing; 90% by the end of year 3 • Adjusted earnings >5% accretive in 2016 • Robust pro forma cash flow profile Strong Cash Flow • Ability to reduce leverage back towards 1.5x target in two years • Capital return to shareholders via continued dividend payments Synergies of $150MM; 25% in Year 1 Corporate Expenses $40MM Operational Efficiencies $110MM 13

14) Record YTD Sep. 2015 EPS Performance • Record adjusted EPS(1) +26% y/y on net revenues +7% y/y YTD Sep '15 • Executing on strategic growth initiatives, while continuing investments to drive returns • Returned ~$850 million to shareholders YTD; ~$1.9 billion to shareholders since 4Q13 $9.63 $8.87 $8.38 '06 '14 9% R1 G $6.90 CA $7.52 $5.35 $4.17 $4.27 2008 2009 $3.39 $2.40 2006 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013 (1) (1) 2014 YTD Sep '15 (1) (1) These represent non-GAAP measures. Adjusted EPS refers to adjusted earnings per share from continuing operations. Please refer to slides in the appendix for reconciliations to the equivalent GAAP measures. 14

15) APPENDIX 15

16) Expect IDC Transaction to be >5% Accretive in First Year 2016 Pro-Forma Adj. Earnings and Adj. EPS (MM) IDC Standalone Earnings1 $223 ICE Standalone Adjusted Earnings2 $1,487 After-tax additional interest expense3 After-tax year 1 expense synergies ($70) $25 Pro-forma Adjusted Earnings $1,665 Pro-forma Fully Diluted Shares Outstanding4 117.5 Pro-forma Adjusted EPS ($) ICE Standalone Adjusted EPS ($)5 Adjusted EPS Accretion $14.17 $13.40 5.7% 1. LTM IDC Standalone EBITDA including stock compensation and fx was $367 million. $367MM - $48MM of depreciation + 5% growth and on a taxeffected basis = $223M. 2. Based on October 22, 2015 Factset consensus estimates of $13.76 and average analyst models share count of 108.1 million. 3. Based on weighted average cost of debt of ~2.75%. 4. Includes 6.5 million shares to be issued for IDC transaction 5. ICE Standalone Adjusted Earnings divided by 111 million shares outstanding. 16

17) ICE Summary Balance Sheet In millions BALANCE SHEET 09/30/2015 12/31/2014 CHANGE Assets Unrestricted Cash & ST Inv • $1,852 47,344 48,367 48,052 50,219 874 16,900 17,160 $ 68,253 • TTM ROIC(2) of 8.4%, above our cost of capital (260) $ 65,856 $192MM 3Q15 capex & cap software â—¦ Op capex & cap software $137MM â—¦ Real estate capex $55MM (2,167) 904 Total debt of $3.5B; Adj. Debt-toEBITDA(1) of 1.6x (1,023) Current Assets • $(1,144) Other Current Assets $708MM unrestricted cash and shortterm investments, including $187MM EMIR regulatory capital requirement for ICEU • $708 $(2,397) PPE (net) Other Assets Total Assets 30 Liabilities & Equity Current Liabilities $48,458 $50,513 $(2,055) Long-Term Debt 2,247 2,247 — Other Liabilities 2,741 2,936 (195) Total Liabilities 53,446 55,696 (2,250) 40 165 (125) 12,370 12,392 (22) $ 65,856 $ 68,253 $(2,397) Redeemable Noncontrolling Int Total Equity Total Liabilities & Equity Note: Figures may not foot due to rounding. (1) This is a non-GAAP measure. Please refer to slides in the appendix for reconciliation to the equivalent GAAP measure. (2) ROIC = LTM (Operating Income x (1-Tax Rate) ) / (Avg Debt + Avg Shareholders Equity + Avg Minority Interest Avg Cash, Cash Equiv, & ST Investments). 17

18) Adjusted Net Income from Continuing Ops and EPS from Continuing Ops In millions (except per share amounts) 12 Month Ended 12/31/14 12 Month Ended 12/31/13 3 Months Ended 9/30/15 Income from continuing operations Add: NYSE integration costs and banker fees Add: Amortization of acquisition-related intangibles 3 Months Ended 9/30/14 9 Months Ended 9/30/15 9 Months Ended 9/30/14 $310 $223 $922 $711 $1,005 $320 6 38 31 98 124 140 33 33 99 98 131 56 Add: Litigation accruals, net Add: Duplicate rent expense and lease termination costs (4) — 15 — — — — — — — — 7 Add: Cetip Impairment — — — — — 190 Add: Early payoff of outstanding debt — — — — — 51 Less: Income from OCC equity investment — — — — (26) — Less: Net gain of sale of 6% remaining ownership in Euronext — — — — (4) — (18) (25) (52) (70) (89) (85) — 5 (7) 3 (2) — Less: Income tax effect for the items above Less: Other tax adjustments Less: Net income from continuing operations attributable to non-controlling interest Adjusted net income from continuing operations (4) (7) (18) (29) (35) (16) $323 $267 $990 $811 $1,104 $663 EPS from continuing operations $2.76 $1.89 $ 8.10 $ 5.93 $ 8.46 $ 3.84 Adjusted EPS from continuing operations $2.91 $2.34 $8.87 $7.04 $9.63 $8.38 111 114 112 115 115 79 Diluted weighted average common shares outstanding 18

19) Adjusted Operating Income, Operating Margin & Operating Expense Reconciliation In millions 3 Months Ended 9/30/15 Total revenues, less transaction-based expenses Total operating expenses Less: NYSE integration costs and banker fees Less: Amortization of acquisition-related intangibles Adjusted total operating expenses Adjusted operating income Operating margin Adjusted operating margin $816 376 6 33 $337 $479 54% 59% 3 Months Ended 9/30/14 $745 415 38 33 $344 $401 44% 54% 9 Months Ended 9/30/15 $2,463 1,131 31 99 $1,001 $1,462 54% 59% 9 Months Ended 9/30/14 $2,292 1,244 98 98 $1,048 $1,244 46% 54% 19

20) Adjusted EBITDA Reconciliation In millions Trailing 12 Months Ended 9/30/15 Adjusted net income from Continuing Ops Add: Income tax expense Add: Income tax expense adjustment on Non-GAAP Items Less: Other income, net Add: Interest expense Add: Depreciation and amortization $1,283 458 83 (17) 90 233 Adjusted EBITDA from Continuing Ops $2,130 Debt, as reported $3,500 Less: Balance of unamortized premiums/discounts, net Principal amount of debt outstanding (Adjusted Debt) Adjusted Debt-to-EBITDA leverage ratio 3 $3,503 1.6x 20

21) Adjusted Effective Tax Rate Reconciliation In millions 3 Months Ended 9/30/15 Income from continuing operations before income taxes Less: Income tax expense Net Income from continuing operations Effective tax rate Income from continuing operations before income taxes Add: Amortization of acquisition-related intangibles Add: NYSE transaction and integration costs and banker success fees Add: Litigation accruals 3 Months Ended 9/30/14 $423 $313 (113) (90) $310 $223 27% 29% $423 $313 33 33 6 38 (4) — Adjusted Income from continuing operations before income taxes $458 $384 Income tax expense $113 $90 18 25 0 (5) Adjusted income tax expense $131 $110 Adjusted Income from continuing operations before income taxes $458 $384 Adjusted income tax expense $131 $110 Adjusted Net Income $327 $274 Add: Income tax effect for the above items Add: Other tax adjustments Adjusted effective tax rate 28% 29% 21