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Global Edge
January 13, 2010 Posted by

More and more U.S. companies are generating an increasing share of their revenues from export sales. Over the years, a significant portion of these export sales have shifted towards open account terms with no payment guarantees (such as a traditional letter of credit). As the Ex-Im Bank explains, savvy CFOs should consider leveraging export credit insurance.

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Quarterly Economic Report
January 06, 2010 Posted by
Many market commentators are referring to today’s economic malaise in the form of letters. Are we in a “U-shaped” recession or will it be a “W?” Perhaps the worst of both worlds: the dreaded “L.” The obvious extended nature of our current downturn will be much longer than that implied by these simplistic descriptors. Instead, I prefer the analogy of crossing a riverbed. Today, we stand in the flat portion at the bottom of the riverbed, having sped down towards the bottom rather violently.
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Global Edge; Treasury Management
December 04, 2009 Posted by

See a replay of our recent Web seminar, "Global Expansion Forum: Best Practices for Expanding Business Overseas." The seminar, by Silicon Valley Bank and High Street Partners, provides helpful information on such topics as: Common pitfalls when expanding into a new country Cross border tax considerations L

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Venture Capital
October 13, 2009
Since the early days of Genentech and Apple, the venture capital ecosystem has been a vital contributor to and enabler of economic growth in the United States.
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Quarterly Economic Report
October 09, 2009
The current economic landscape has improved as the turmoil that we experienced 12 months ago dissipates.
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Technology
September 09, 2009 Posted by

The economic recession and financial crisis have cast a dark cloud over most of the venture capital industry. The popular press continues to report bad news: poor exit markets, reduced venture investment and employee layoffs at technology firms. Despite these glum reports, innovative technologies are still being developed and many promising venture-backed companies are maintaining revenue growth. One example is companies developing the software-as-a-service model, the technology more commonly known as “SaaS.” As a provider of banking services to SaaS technology companies and as a consumer of SaaS offerings, SVB has observed SaaS as one of the bright spots in the venture capital industry. We expect that SaaS innovation will expand during the economic recession and SaaS technology will become a mainstay of enterprise computing.

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Global Edge
August 11, 2009
If your company does business overseas, it's likely an appealing target for foreign governments as they try to increase tax revenues, especially in the area of transfer pricing.
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Venture Capital
July 07, 2009
Israel has proven to be one of the centers for technological innovation.
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Global Edge
July 07, 2009
Short-term yields remain near historic lows, leaving corporate investors overly invested in cash investments earning near zero interest.
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Quarterly Economic Report
July 06, 2009
Hope and optimism grew through the second quarter as the Nasdaq returned 20.3 percent, while the broader S&P 500 returned 15.9 percent.
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