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We are the only bank in the UK focused solely on
the innovation economy. We work with the brightest minds
in technology – and can help you move your big idea forward.
No one understands startups like we do. We were founded in Silicon Valley and now offer our expertise and banking services to startups wherever they call home. We help startups define what comes next.
Growth is what every business strives for. But it often comes with challenges. We can support your trajectory with solutions for managing cash flow and navigating business expansions.
When you are building value and managing consistent growth, you require a bank that is tailored for your unique business. If you’re looking globally, we can connect you with SVB Financial Group teams in Ireland, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Israel and other technology hubs.
Europe is a large and growing market for alternative funds. At Silicon Valley Bank, we serve private equity and venture capital funds with banking services and customised financing.
With Brexit negotiations under way, startups are making preparations. One in four is thinking of establishing a European outpost, up from one in five last year.
In Europe, the UK retains its strong lead in terms of value & volume of deals.
Startup founders are by their very nature perceptive, passionate and optimistic. That’s why we love to work with them. But all too often we see them stumble when it comes times to making a persuasive case for debt financing.
Silicon Valley Bank clients live beyond the status quo. We are here to provide financial solutions and business insights designed for growing companies. See what happens when vision and passion collide in these personal stories from our clients.
If you’re running an innovation business in the UK or Europe and want to infiltrate new markets, US expansion is often a top priority, as the largest commercial market in the world and the global leader in venture-backed financing. We were established in California in 1983 and today have around 30 US offices. Going to America? We can help.
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