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Scott Bergquist-Silicon Valley Bank__Financing a Company the Startup Way

Self-funding capital needs by aggressively managing cash and front-loading revenues — thereby removing the need for outside equity capital — is an attractive way to finance a business’s growth. Read More

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Silicon Valley Bank Forecasts 7 to 11% Growth in U.S. Fine Wine Sales

Annual State of the Wine Industry Reports Increasing Retail Bottle Pricing ST. HELENA, Calif. –– April 17, 2012 — Silicon Valley Bank, a leading provider of commercial banking services to the wine industry, released its Annual State of the Wine Industry Report for 2012-2013 today. The report captures trends and addresses critical issues facing the […]

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Startups Access Angel Group Funding Nationwide; Median Angel Round Sizes Increased to $700K

March 08, 2012 New Halo Report Reveals Angel Group Investment Trends Austin, TX, March 8, 2012 –The Angel Resource Institute (ARI), Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and CB Insights today announced findings from the first Halo Report, a collaborative effort to raise awareness of early stage investment activities by angel investment groups. Read more of this […]

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Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited Secures $7.0 Million Credit Facility with

February 27, 2012 SANTA CLARA, Calif. and LONDON, UK –– 27 February, 2012 —Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited, a manufacturer of point-to-multipoint packet microwave backhaul solutions for mobile broadband network operators, today announced that it has secured a $7.0 million line of credit from Silicon Valley Bank, the commercial banking division of SVB Financial Group (Nasdaq: […]

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Ceptaris Secures $15M in Venture Debt Financing

MALVERN, PA (February 21, 2012) – Ceptaris Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held specialty pharmaceutical company, today secured $15 million in venture debt financing from Silicon Valley Bank and Oxford Finance. The New Drug Application (NDA) for Ceptaris’ drug candidate, mechlorethamine gel, is currently undergoing review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the […]

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

SANTA CLARA, Calif. –– January 19, 2012 — SVB Financial Group, the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank, and long term partner to the most innovative companies in the world as well as the premium wine industry, is one of FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For,” according to the list released today. Silicon […]

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Think Like a Banker

Extending credit to customers requires strong policies, thoughtful benchmarking, and active management. The CFOs I know don’t typically think of themselves as bankers, but a walk in wingtips would serve them well. Paramount to a bank’s success is the chief credit officer, responsible for the institution’s credit portfolio, lending practices, and overall risk management. Successful […]

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Silicon Valley Bank Hires Industry Veteran to Lead National Software Practice

PALO ALTO, CA –– November 3, 2011 —Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to technology companies of all sizes worldwide, hired Robert Curley to lead the software practice for the bank’s large corporate clients. As managing director and sector head for software in Silicon Valley Bank’s Corporate Finance group, Curley will manage teams across the country […]

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SVB Joins TechNet to Urge Congressional Supercommittee to Spur Innovation

Tech Industry Urges Congressional Supercommittee to Seize Opportunity to Spur Innovation as Key Tool for U.S. Economic Growth and Deficit Reduction Washington, DC – Six of America’s leading technology trade organizations and their members today urged the bipartisan Joint Committee on Deficit Reduction to embrace a series of proposals that would help America’s economy and […]

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Silicon Valley Bank Plans to Expand Chip Card Program

Pradeep Moudgal knows a U.S. migration to chip & PIN card technology will be expensive. But he says continuing to rely on the static magnetic stripe will be more costly in the long run, not just for U.S. card issuers, but for their accountholders as well. Read more of this entry

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