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The biggest tip for fintech startups wanting to work with established finance companies, according to a top stock exchange exec





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  • 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 the new ecosystem he’s creating.

LONDON — The head of securities and exchanges at the Swiss stock exchange says his biggest piece of advice for fintech startups that want read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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