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Silicon Valley Bank UK Strengthens Technology Banking Team with New Appointment
SiliconValley Bank,financial partner to the technology, life science, private equity and venturecapital industries today announced the appointment of Tom Butterworth asVice President, Entrepreneur Commercial Banking for Silicon Valley Bank’s UKBranch.Tom has a strong background in banking technology...
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Silicon Valley Bank Provides Financing for Francisco Partners Acquisition of Kewill PLC
LONDON, UK - August 15th, 2012 - Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to the technology, life science, cleantech, private equity and venture capital industries, today announced that it has provided Francisco Partners, a leading global technology-focused private equity firm, with senior debt financ...
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and established technology companies and the life science, venture capital and premium wine markets. Through its focus on … SVB Financial Group began serving the technology and life science markets at a time when they were not … of the world's most successful technology and life sciences companies. These companies face unique challenges and …
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Silicon Valley Bank Leads $75 Million Growth Financing for Telecommunication Systems, Inc.
VIENNA, Va. and ANNAPOLIS, Md. — January 19, 2010 — Silicon Valley Bank, the premier commercial bank for companies in the technology, life science, venture capital and premium wine industries, has helped wireless communication provider and long time client TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. close finan...
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SVB Analytics Research Finds Flaws in Industry Approach Used to Assign Value to Venture Capital-Backed Tech CompaniesVENTURE CAPITAL-BACKED TECH COMPANIES
SAN FRANCISCO — January 13, 2010 — Researchers from SVB Analytics, a leading provider of corporate valuation services, found reason to question the widespread use of the Black Scholes Merton stock option pricing model as an allocation methodology when it is applied to very early-stage technology and...
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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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Wine Industry
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What you may NOT know is that Silicon Valley Bank remains the only financial institution with 35 banking professionals entirely focused on the needs of over 350 winery and vineyard clients in Napa, Sonoma and other regions along the Pacific Coast.

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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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Life Science; Venture Capital
September 03, 2010 Posted by

Have you wondered how many really good life science M&A exits happen every year? Are the big guys even buying? Do these exits actually provide returns that materially affect the venture funds that are investing?

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