You will be assimilated into the Borg!
Regular readers probably know that I believe that the infrastructure of contemporary capital markets is broken. The broken character of it is sometimes (misleadingly) attributed to the speed at which trading is done, or (not quite so misleadingly) to the automatic, Borg-like, algorithmic character of such trading. The initials HFT (high frequency trading) have come to serve as short hand for a range of issues that have made markets overly easy for some players to rig at the expense of other players: and at the expense of issuers, the going-public process, even the over-all economy.
Mary Jo White, the chair of the SEC, is setting up a panel to advise her and the whole of the Commission on such issues. Unfortunately, it appears that the panel is rigged in favor of assimilated into the Borg.
Bloomberg is reporting that economist Joseph Stiglitz (a Nobel Prize winner) has been excluded from the body precisely because he has expressed anti-Borg views.
When you start doing that, Ms White, you aren't really asking for advice. You're putting on a show.