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SVB in the community
September 14, 2013 Posted by
In any large city, there will always be a number of people who struggle to recover from adversity. Los Angeles is no exception. Against the backdrop of Hollywood stars, a booming tech sector and the Pacific Ocean, the contrast is particularly stark.
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SVB in the community; Europe
September 14, 2013 Posted by
Due to a lack of affordable, safe places for young people to go after school or on the weekends to spend their free time, small volunteer organisations bridge the gap. Often local, council-funded community centres operate as a hub for recreation and sports, career services and places to host important community events. Historically, these resources have been vital to the strength of many communities especially in less flourishing areas of London.
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SVB in the community
September 13, 2013 Posted by
Clean water and safe, non-toxic environmentsare foundational to living well, working hard, and maintaining a high-quality of life. . . all things we want for the communities we serve around the world. As part of our 30 Years | 30 Causes campaign in honor of Silicon Valley Bank’s 30th year in business, more than 100 of our San Francisco-based employees, their families, and many based on the Peninsula and South Bay as well pledged an afternoon to the EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park (a former PG&E power plant site).
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CIO Vantage Point
September 13, 2013 Posted by
The coming taper tantrum, the recent Verizon victory, and the current regulatory risk.
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SVB in the community
September 13, 2013 Posted by

Nearly one year has passed since Hurricane Sandy hit and severely impacted nearly one-fifth of the contiguous US. Entire communities are still recovering from the damage, and we took the opportunity during SVB’s 30 Years | 30 Causes campaign to offer a helping hand. If you haven’t been to this area, it’s hard to imagine how much the region has suffered and poured into rebuilding.  

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Capital Access; Technology; Venture Capital; U.S.
September 12, 2013 Posted by
We've had a front row seat to the exciting pace of growth in the innovation sector in and around New York City for more than a dozen years. Working with some of the most exciting sectors, companies and their investors in business today, we’re thrilled to play a role in strengthening the environment for dynamic, innovative companies in New York – and we see it paying off.
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SVB in the community
September 11, 2013 Posted by
As part of SVB's 30th anniversary celebration, we took a day to volunteer at EastShore Elementary where 200 kids greeted us with cheers. Our task was big, and fun. We spent the day preparing the school garden that supplies fruit and veggies for neighboring families and the Second Harvest Food Bank, which is on a mission to eliminate hunger in Orange County.
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SVB in the community
September 11, 2013 Posted by
Every day we’re working hard to make things a little bit easier for our clients, but this week we had an opportunity to touch a few peoples’ lives in an even more significant way.
As a company, we’re celebrating 30 years in business by doing 30 community service projects near our offices around the world. In RTP, we connected with Activate Raleigh, a community-wide day of service on September 11, coordinated by Activate Good and the Downtown Raleigh Alliance. Local businesses, groups, and individuals throughout the region honored those lost on 9/11 with volunteerism and acts of kindness.
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