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Private Equity & Venture Capital
There are not many banks that service you in a division all of your own. We do. … Silicon Valley Bank has a rich history of banking private equity and venture capital firms, with over 800 firms currently partnering with us. We know your business. We are well versed in the terminology … You're not like other corporate borrowers. Designing financing solutions and structured loans specifically for …
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Banking Terms and Conditions July 2014
Banking Terms and ConditionsJULY 2014Banking Terms and Conditions Silicon Valley Bank is authorised and regulated by the California Department of Business Oversight and the United States Federal Reserve Bank; authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority with number 577295; and subject to … Your foreign currency accounts 18 10. Your corporate deposit account 19 11. Your Fixed Term Deposit …
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Banking Terms and Conditions March 2013
8 Your foreign currency accounts 17 9 Your corporate deposit account 18 10 Your Fixed Term Deposit …
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Banking Terms and Conditions May 2013
Your foreign currency accounts 16 9. Your corporate deposit account 17 10. Your Fixed Term Deposit …
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SVB Brochure - UK
in our field 10 Commercial banking,made personal 12 Financing to fit 14 Getting to grips with day to … revenue stream to provide us with the financing we needed. Silicon Valley Bank’s willingness to …
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Featured Commentary & Analysis

Scott Bergquist

Capital Access; Technology; Venture Capital
May 14, 2014 Posted by
Silicon Valley Bank’s Scott Bergquist notes that while fewer entrepreneurs expect to be able to tap traditional venture capital funds in 2014, corporate venture money may help fill the gap.
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Fernand Kong, CFA

FX Outlook
March 22, 2011 Posted by
The yen's surge in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami may have seemed counter-intuitive at first glance, but it reflected, in part, market speculation that Japanese firms and the Japanese government will repatriate money now invested overseas in order to pay insurance claims and the cost of rebuilding.
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Venture Capital
March 09, 2010 Posted by
In January 2010, four representatives from the Yangpu District Government of Shanghai arrived in the Bay Area for a three-month educational program at San Francisco State University. While in the Bay Area, they also attended programs with SVB Financial Group. The visit follows Silicon Valley Bank’s addition of a repre
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Matt Maloney

Cleantech
April 09, 2010 Posted by
The magnitude of opportunities in global energy markets is enormous, but scaling up a new technology to “utility” scale also presents unique challenges for the venture model. The leap from initial product demonstration and small scale manufacturing into production or assets in the hundreds of megawatts (and hundreds of millions of dollars) largely exceeds the capacity of venture equity financing. Given the current state of capital markets, start-ups are wondering what sources of lending are available for initial large scale manufacturing or projects and what role can and should government play (for example, through loan guarantees and grants) in “picking winners” and lowering the hurdle for new clean energy technologies to attract commercial capital and gain traction in the market.
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Rob Tompkins

Cleantech
April 09, 2010 Posted by
Cleantech is a new sector that lacks a history of serial entrepreneurship and experienced angel investors that can help coach and fund young companies. With insufficient private capital going to seed funding in the current market, young companies are seeking strategies to get them to the point of venture readiness. Challenges and opportunities for commercializing promising new energy technologies may be hiding in government, corporate and academic research labs. In addition, public sector may play an important role in innovation beyond funding of basic research — through ARPA-E and stimulus programs — and in filling the funding gap for cleantech start-ups at the earliest seed stage.
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