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A new era: American Express Global Business Travel goes public

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Posted: 12 July 2022
Executive Ringing Bell at NYSE

Egencia is entering an exciting new chapter under its acquisition by American Express Global Business Travel. The powerful backing of Amex GBT makes Egencia part of the most valuable travel marketplace in the world. This brings a slew of benefits to customers, including:

  • The most content for choice and value
  • Leading global customer satisfaction
  • Incredible depth of data that makes booking travel easy 

Recently, Amex GBT joined the list of companies going public in 2022. It went live on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol ‘GBTG’. Amex GBT CEO, Paul Abbott, expressed optimism about his company’s future, saying, ‘Trading as a public company follows years of work strengthening our industry leadership position. While listing our company is an achievement, it also marks the beginning of a new phase of growth paired with a focus on delivering long-term shareholder value as the world’s largest publicly traded (business-to-business) travel platform.’ 

The team celebrated with an official bell ringing at the NYSE—take a look at the photos below.

Executives ringing the NYSE Bell

Ringing the bell at the New York Stock Exchange on 22 June 2022.

NYSE sign

An exciting day to commemorate the official public listing and ringing the bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Inside the NYSE

Inside the NYSE.

Paul Abbott at NYSE

Paul Abbott, Chief Executive Officer at American Express Global Business Travel.

Paul Abbott in Front of NYSE Sign

Paul Abbott poses outside the NYSE.

Paul Abbott Interview

Discussing Amex GBT going public with media before the official ringing of the bell.

Executives ringing the NYSE Bell

Smiles all around as the team celebrates a successful bell ringing.

Executives Signing the Wall

Adding signatures to the wall of executives who rang the bell in years prior.

Thumbs Up Group Shot

The Amex GBT poses in front of the New York Stock Exchange.


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