We can debate whether it's new technology, we can debate whether it's good technology, we can debate whether traditional is good. That is a very fair debate, and we'll continue to have it. Our job at the end of the day is to make sure the regulators have all of the information.
Volatility isn’t necessarily a bad thing for markets. It could reflect a healthy price formation process driven by events that are volatile themselves, according to Jackson. What is crucial is that market participants are confident in the ability of market operators to handle periods of heightened volatility.