SVB Financial Group Named One of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by FORTUNE Magazine


"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 

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About the Author

Greg has been a champion of the innovation economy since he joined SVB in 1993 as a banker to fast-growing technology companies. Today, he is the president and CEO of the world’s only financial institution dedicated to the innovation sector around the globe. Greg has led the expansion of the company, now the nation’s 14th largest bank in the US, to include four primary businesses serving the innovation sector: global commercial banking, venture capital and credit investing, private banking and wealth management, and investment banking. 
 
Under Greg’s leadership, SVB has achieved considerable growth. SVB joined the S&P 500 in 2018 and has been named one of the best banks in America, one of the fastest growing public companies in the US, and one of the best places to work. SVB has been included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for the last four years and is consistently among the Top Corporate Philanthropists in its headquarters’ region. Working with employees, clients, and partners, Greg has also prioritized investments and initiatives to increase diversity and inclusion at SVB and across the innovation ecosystem, foster economic development and support community well-being. 
 
Prior to taking on the SVB President and CEO role in 2011, Greg held a variety of leadership positions, including co-founding SVB Capital, which manages some of the world’s top-rated venture fund-of-funds and direct investment funds.  
 
Greg is a Class A Director for the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and since 2016 has been a member of TechNet’s executive council, which he chaired from 2020-2022. He is also a member of the executive board of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, which he chaired from 2014-2017, and serves on the One Mind at Work Guiding Council. Greg earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana University.