REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch Thomas Zeeb, the head of securities and exchanges at the Swiss stock exchange, says fintech companies should "learn the regulations" if they want to work with established players. "The idea is cool but building that bridge back into the financial world to make it financially viable is still a lot of work," he said. Zeeb is heading a project to build a new digital asset exchange and wants to help fintechs to work in th...

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