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Martina Cheung, insider at S&P Global

Martina Cheung Insider Information

Insider of S&P Global
Martina L. Cheung is President of S&P Global Ratings. She has ultimate responsibility for all aspects of the business, including commercial, analytical, control, and operations functions.

S&P Global Ratings is regulated in many of the countries in which it operates, and Martina is a director of two of its largest legal entities, Standard & Poor’s Credit Market Services Europe Limited and Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC. Ms. Cheung also serves as the Executive Sponsor of S&P Global Sustainable1, supporting to drive the enterprise-wide growth strategy for ESG.

Ms. Cheung is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Economic Club of New York, and in 2019, was appointed to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) subcommittee on Climate-Related Market Risk. Ms. Cheung has spoken on key industry topics covering ESG, cyber security, technology and diversity in the workforce across public forums that include the World Economic Forum at Davos, the Institute for International Finance membership meeting, and Politico Women Rule, among others.

Ms. Cheung joined S&P Global in 2010 as Vice President of Operations and went on to serve as S&P Global’s Chief Strategy Officer, where she was responsible for the execution and measurement of S&P Global’s continuing expansion of its global footprint. She also served as Head of Risk Services in S&P Global Market Intelligence, where she leveraged S&P Global’s significant risk intellectual property to serve clients in managing complex risk challenges. She most recently served as President of S&P Global Market Intelligence and Ms. Cheung formally served on the Board of CRISIL.

Ms. Cheung is the Executive Sponsor for the Asian Professionals for Excellence (APEX), and Women’s Initiative for Networking Success (WINS). She also has active involvement in other S&P Global ERGs including Women in Technology (WIT) and S&P Global's LGBTQ+ & Friends ERG (Spectrum). Ms. Cheung’s philanthropic efforts include support for organizations such as Upwardly Global and YWCA.

Prior to joining S&P Global, she worked in the consulting industry, first in Accenture’s Financial Services Strategy group and later as a Partner at Mitchell Madison Consulting. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Commerce and a master’s degree in Business Studies from University College Galway.

What is Martina Cheung's net worth?

The estimated net worth of Martina Cheung is at least $2.92 million as of July 30th, 2020. Ms. Cheung owns 8,506 shares of S&P Global stock worth more than $2,920,365 as of July 3rd. This net worth approximation does not reflect any other investments that Ms. Cheung may own. Additionally, Ms. Cheung receives a salary of $2,260,000.00 as Insider at S&P Global. Learn More about Martina Cheung's net worth.

How old is Martina Cheung?

Ms. Cheung is currently 46 years old. There are 8 older executives and no younger executives at S&P Global. The oldest executive at S&P Global is Mr. Douglas L. Peterson M.B.A., Pres, CEO & Exec. Director, who is 64 years old. Learn More on Martina Cheung's age.

What is Martina Cheung's salary?

As the Insider of S&P Global Inc., Ms. Cheung earned a total compensation package of $4,901,749.00 in 2020. Ms. Cheung earned a salary of $625,000.00, a bonus of $750,000.00, stock awards of $1,750,000.00, non-equity compensation of $1,570,000.00, and other compensation of $199,747.00.There are 4 executives that earn more than Ms. Cheung. The highest earning executive at S&P Global is Mr. Douglas L. Peterson M.B.A., Pres, CEO & Exec. Director, who commands a salary of $6,390,000.00 per year. Learn More on Martina Cheung's salary.

How do I contact Martina Cheung?

The corporate mailing address for Ms. Cheung and other S&P Global executives is 55 WATER STREET, NEW YORK NY, 10041. S&P Global can also be reached via phone at (212) 438-1000 and via email at [email protected] Learn More on Martina Cheung's contact information.

Has Martina Cheung been buying or selling shares of S&P Global?

Martina Cheung has not been actively trading shares of S&P Global within the last three months. As far as recent transactions, 0 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction on Sunday, July 3rd. Learn More on Martina Cheung's trading history.

Who are S&P Global's active insiders?

Are insiders buying or selling shares of S&P Global?

During the last twelve months, insiders at the business services provider sold shares 6 times. They sold a total of 15,567 shares worth more than $5,914,499.99. The most recent insider tranaction occured on May, 16th when EVP Dimitra Manis sold 2,000 shares worth more than $673,060.00. Insiders at S&P Global own 0.1 % of the company. Learn More about insider trades at S&P Global.

Information on this page was last updated on 5/16/2022.

Martina Cheung Insider Trading History at S&P Global

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
3/10/2022Sell3,870$381.28$1,475,553.60View SEC Filing Icon  
7/30/2020Sell1,398$353.42$494,081.168,506View SEC Filing Icon  
6/2/2016Sell1,288$110.30$142,066.40722View SEC Filing Icon  
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Martina Cheung Buying and Selling Activity at S&P Global

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S&P Global Company Overview

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S&P Global Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides credit ratings, benchmarks, analytics, and workflow solutions in the global capital, commodity, and automotive markets. It operates in six divisions: S&P Global Ratings, S&P Dow Jones Indices, S&P Global Commodity Insights, S&P Global Market Intelligence, S&P Global Mobility, and S&P Global Engineering Solutions. The S&P Global Ratings division operates as an independent provider of credit ratings, research, and analytics, offering investors and other market participants information, ratings, and benchmarks. The S&P Dow Jones Indices division is an index provider that maintains various valuation and index benchmarks for investment advisors, wealth managers, and institutional investors. The S&P Global Commodity Insights division offers data and insights for global energy and commodity markets and enable its customers to make decisions. The S&P Global Market Intelligence division delivers data and technology solutions for customers to provide insights for making decisions. It offers data and services that bring end-to-end workflow solutions, including capital formation, data and distribution, ESG and sustainability, leveraged loans, private markets, sector coverage, supply chain, and issuer solutions, as well as credit, risk, and regulatory solutions. The S&P Global Mobility division provides insights derived from unmatched automotive data, enabling its customers to anticipate change and make decisions. The S&P Global Engineering Solutions division offers engineering expertise and solutions in industries, such as aerospace and defense, energy, architecture, construction, and transportation. Its solutions empower business and technical leaders to transform workflows and make decisions. S&P Global Inc. was founded in 1860 and is headquartered in New York, New York.
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Today's Range

Now: $343.33
Low: $334.46
High: $343.84

50 Day Range

MA: $342.26
Low: $316.03
High: $386.55

2 Week Range

Now: $343.33
Low: $311.87
High: $484.21


98,071 shs

Average Volume

2,501,952 shs

Market Capitalization

$116.67 billion

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