Mentioning Wall Street to Silicon Valley technologists often invokes the reflex portrayal of an industry hazardously stuck in the past, like a sooty coal-powered factory.

Few could advance that idea better than Eric Poirier. Having spent three years with Lehman Brothers, he saw first-hand the legacy systems in play that cost millions in upkeep but provide little innovation.

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