"We are honored to be included in this prestigious list, and have our amazing employees and clients to thank for this recognition. Our clients are literally changing the world, and it is both our opportunity and challenge to help them accomplish their most ambitious goals. That makes for an exciting and inspiring place to work." — Greg Becker, president and CEO, SVB Financial Group and Silicon Valley Bank
SVB Financial Group Named One of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by FORTUNE Magazine
Greg Becker | January 19, 2012
About the Author
Silicon Valley Bank’s mission is to help increase the probability of its innovative clients’ success globally. Under Greg’s leadership, Silicon Valley Bank’s growth rate has continued to outpace other banks. SVB has been named one of the best banks in America, one of the fastest growing public companies in the U.S., and one of the best places to work. SVB is also an advocate for entrepreneurs, their investors and corporates in the innovation sector internationally. In 2018, SVB joined the S&P 500 and became a member of the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index. Greg has been recognized as a top influencer in global finance by Worth Magazine and wasnamed the #1 bank CEO for midcap banks by Institutional Investor Magazine.
Greg was the president, chief operations officer and chief banking officer prior to taking on the CEO role. Earlier in his career, Greg ran the company’s Venture Capital Group where he was responsible for building relationships with, and investing in, venture capital and private equity firms across the U.S. Greg was also a co-founder and managing director of SVB Capital, which manages some of the world’s top-rated venture fund-of-funds and co-investment funds, and he was a member of Silicon Valley Bank’s Operating Committee.
In 2018 Greg was elected to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco as a Class A Director. He is a member of the Executive Council of TechNet and the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG), where he was the Chairman from 2014-2017. Greg was also a member of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Digital Economy Board of Advisors from 2016-2017.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana University.
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