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Proterra Secures $15M Credit Facility with Silicon Valley Bank
 BROOMFIELD, CO – October 25, 2011 — Proterra, the leading maker of zero-emission commercial transit solutions, secured $15M in working and growth capital financing from Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to technology, cleantech and life science companies of all sizes worldwide. Proterra will u...
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Oxford Finance and Silicon Valley Bank Provide $30 Million Senior Credit Facility to Avanir Pharmaceuticals
lead lender for a $30 million debt facility to Avanir Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Silicon Valley Bank also … of the loan will be used for the expansion of the company's product line and working capital.
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California Micro Devices Establishes Working Capital and Equipment Facilities Financing with Silicon Valley Bank
MILPITAS, California - June 18, 2002 - California Micro Devices (Nasdaq: CAMD) today announced that Silicon Valley Bank (Nasdaq: SIVB) has agreed to provide a $5 million credit facility, which can be used for working capital equipment and capital equipment to support the company's future growth. "Si...
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Zagros Networks, Inc. Receives Working Capital and Equipment Financing Facility from Silicon Valley Bank
Rockville, MD - June 14, 2002 - Silicon Valley Bank (the "Bank"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bancshares, announced that it has provided Zagros Networks, Inc., with a multi-million dollar working capital and equipment financing facility. "Zagros is pleased to have aligned with Silico...
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Synchrologic, Inc., Receives Working Capital & Equipment Facility from Silicon Valley Bank
Atlanta, Georgia - May 09, 2002 Silicon Valley Bank (the "Bank"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bancshares, today announced it provided Synchrologic, Inc. with $4.25 million in financing to support working capital and general corporate purposes. Atlanta, Georgia-based Synchrologic, Inc...
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FX Outlook
September 17, 2012 Posted by
The German Constitutional Court has ruled that Germany’s participation in the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) does not infringe on the German constitution. This means that there are currently no pending landmark decisions which could derail the ECB’s efforts to reduce the yields demanded for the government bonds of Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Italy. To measure the effects of the ruling, we examine the status of each country.
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Global Edge
August 10, 2010 Posted by
Now it’s easier than ever for tech and life science companies to qualify for Ex-Im Bank's guaranteed working capital loan program after a recent change to its U.S. content calculation rules.
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Cleantech
April 09, 2010 Posted by

The increasing integration of intermittent renewable energy sources such as wind and solar onto the grid has the potential to negatively impact overall electric reliability. Utilities and regulators at the state and federal level have promoted a number of pilots to explore new grid storage technologies, including flow batteries, compressed air energy storage, and flywheels. However, the benefits to the grid straddle jurisdictional boundaries between generation, transmission, and distribution. How should storage be paid for and by whom? What will be the public reaction in terms of siting, permitting, and local NIMBY resistance? How big a role can storage ultimately play in achieving renewable energy mandates, such as California’s 2020 RPS?

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Capital Access; Treasury Management
October 12, 2012 Posted by
Self-funding capital needs by aggressively managing cash and front-loading revenues — thereby removing the need for outside equity capital — is an attractive way to finance a business’s growth.
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Capital Access; Technology
May 15, 2012 Posted by

Leverage can be a powerful tool, but optimizing its application requires some calculus of cost versus benefit. Adding term debt or a revolving credit facility can lift a transaction size or working-capital liquidity beyond what precious equity capital can achieve alone. Finding that perfect, simple leverage tool is critical to a company's growth and future success. So, how can a CFO make the best decisions about debt for the business?

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