—(1) A recognised market operator shall, in respect of every market which it operates —
as far as is reasonably practicable, ensure that the market is fair, orderly and transparent;
manage any risks associated with its business and operations prudently;
in discharging its obligations under this Act, not act contrary to the interests of the public, having particular regard to the interests of the investing public; and
have sufficient financial, human and system resources —
to operate a fair, orderly and transparent market;
to meet contingencies or disasters; and
to provide adequate security arrangements.
(2) In subsection (1)(d), “contingencies or disasters” includes technical disruptions occurring within automated systems.