Well, I haven't had much luck but here's one.
There's expertfile.com (although I've never received a speaking lead through there.)
Let me know if there are others you end up finding.
This seems to be a difficult space. The closest thing to a speaker marketplace I've seen was SpeakerSite.com. They shut down due to their inability to monetize effectively.
There are a number of sites that do variations on what you're describing.
The best of them, though it has issues and is far from perfect, is SpeakerMatch.com. Please understand that I am not endorsing the site, and I think it's not very advantageous to speakers, but it does match speakers with opportunities.
I'm not sure your motive in asking the question, but assuming that you are a speaker looking for opportunities, then the key is not in looking for sites like this, but rather to learn how to effectively market what you do so that when a meeting planner is looking for a speaker, your name comes to mind.
I have to disagree with the last poster on how speakers are selected. When a meeting planner is looking for a speaker, they usually know what topic they want, and often even have specific speakers in mind. That is why MOST speaking opportunities are never advertized, and why a site like you describe can compliment a speakers' marketing plan, but can never replace it.
Public speaking is a challenge to promote as third party, connecting them can be pretty simple I think but might require the service (hosting) site to look for events and the match from existing speakers... I say this because events don't typically have a topic or speaker in mind and is often whoever is available for the event, as long as it matches the events focus. So is a matter of matching per se but of promoting them to opportunities.. My opinion.
The ones I know of are:
Or just google or search on social media #CallForSpeakers or #CallForPresenters
I wrote an entire guide on how to get booked to speak. Bit.ly/GetBookedToSpeak. Let me know if you have questions.