The company highlighted its $10 million in donations for relief activities.
With the pandemic widening, ICE closed the New York Stock Exchange in March as electronic trading continued. It was the first time in the exchange’s 228-year history that it operated without a physical trading floor.
Sprecher said the company is eager to restart the floor. But he said it will be done “in close coordination with local authorities, once the time is right.”
His wife, Loeffler, served as the chief executive officer of Bakkt, an ICE subsidiary, before Gov. Brian Kemp appointed her to the Senate. Loeffler owned 108,245 shares of ICE stock, according to a company filing in March. ICE’s share price was 1.6% lower at $89.19 in afternoon trading Thursday.
Loeffler has said she will no longer invest in the stocks of individual companies. The announcement followed criticism she faced over transactions made on her behalf involving stock in other companies shortly after senators were briefed on the growing coronavirus threat.