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"Tech companies deposit about seven times the amount that they borrow. And at Silicon Valley Bank, recalls CEO Ken Wilcox, the methodology his venture has used to invest these excess deposits is a micro-history of commercial banking itself. Learn the lessons of the bank's lending in the 1980's to 1990's, and its investment in real estate developers and under-served niche markets. Learn also how these plans failed to provide financial stability long-term."
Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to technology and life science companies, their investors, and the wine industry, celebrates its 30th anniversary in 33 locations around the world on October 17, 2013. Conceived by Silicon Valley businessmen Bob Medearis and Bill Biggerstaff, the co-founders were looking for a way to serve the entrepreneurial technology community, which at the time lacked access to debt financing and banking services. Since its founding led by the company's first CEO Roger Smith, Silicon Valley Bank has grown to serve thousands of companies of all sizes and specialties and their investors through offices in five countries, and its wine division, one of the largest lenders to premium wineries in the West. Learn more at www.svb.com
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The moderator Mike Sigal, the entrepreneur, advisor and start up coach for the Fintech Program. He is presenting his views on The new wave of fintech, the ending of Banking? Along with introduction, he says that he has spent last 7 years helping swift and its member banks learn how to work with a start up. He showed a chart created by Mackenzie to describe the predictable way, which is transformed by digital technology. When a new technology is invented, start ups are first to adopt them. Some of the new entrants have become new standards. They are not always winners but they set the standard. They show customers the way that the things could work, faster, easier and more conveniently. Ken Reese, the CEO at Elevate answers the question what disruption means in the world of Fintech? W...
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"Under Ken Wilcox's tutelage as CEO, Silicon Valley Bank has cashed in on a winning hand. He added a broker dealer of money market accounts to their existing commercial banking services with huge success. The bank now focuses exclusively on technology clients (save for a few holdovers from the premium wine vertical), and they've expanded their product suite to cater to this unique market appropriately. The institution altered its efforts to retain larger customerslonger, and worldwide."
Under Ken Wilcox's tutelage as CEO, Silicon Valley Bank has cashed in on a winning hand. He added a broker dealer of money market accounts to their existing commercial banking services with huge success. The bank now focuses exclusively on technolog
Interviewed by Steve Smith on 2014-11-11 in Mountain View, California, X7274.2015 © Computer History Museum Founders of Silicon Valley Bank tell why and how they started a bank that changed the world for entrepreneurial companies. Roger Smith, Bob Medearis, and Bill Biggerstaff (1919–2010) came together in the early 1980s around the idea of creating a commercial bank that would be designed to gather deposits and lend money to early stage venture backed companies to support their growth. The bank they created added greatly to the financing opportunities for these companies. In turn, this financing helped to stimulate the remarkable explosion of successful new companies in Silicon Valley. Roger and Bob tell their personal story as well as the struggles and successes they encountered in the...
Dion Lisle, Vice President at CapGemini gives a presentation on supply chain and finance and how it intersects with blockchain. Presentation held at Silicon Valley Forum’s The FinTech Evolution: Banking on the Blockchain, hosted by Swissnex San Francisco, on May 30th, 2017. Learn more at www.siliconvalleyforum.com.
While FinTech is revolutionizing the banking industry and giving millions of people access to financial services for the first time, new banking models are emerging with FinTech start-ups and tech firms potentially disrupting the status quo. But business schools and universities are not preparing future bankers for these changes, says FinTech thought leader Henri Arslanian. How can designers, programmers and creative thinkers help? Henri Arslanian started his career as a financial markets and funds lawyer in Canada and Hong Kong, after which he spent many years with UBS Investment Bank in Hong Kong. In recent years, he has been teaching graduate courses on Entrepreneurship in Finance at Hong Kong University as an Adjunct Associate Professor, and currently leads the first FinTech course in...
LIGHTNING TALK on Fraud & Compliance – Where the Future Begins given by Anatoly Kvitnitsky, Trulioo at Silicon Valley Forum's conference The FinTech Revolution: Banking on the Future on September 24th, 2015.
Welcome to Silicon Valley This 8th Session of Jovenes Professional Talks will approach several topics that may affect your decisions when you decide to move to the Bay Area or even if you have been here for some time now. Whenever you move to a different country, some issues may seem impossible to understand. In this session, the panel discussion and our moderator will approach everything you need to know while making this transition. Some of the topics are: establishing credit history understanding how taxes affect you, and financial planning. Panelists: Hugo Manzano-Gomez: Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Sarre Baldassarri: CPA MST Tax Partner at G.C. Consultants, INC. Vincenzo Mitolo: Vice President Business Development at Bank of the West Moderator: Jordi Argen...
Credit Suisse moving tech banking head Wah to Silicon Valley Credit Suisse Group AG is moving the global co-head of its technology, media and telecom group to San Francisco from New York, bolstering its Silicon Valley investment banking presence in anticipation of more deals in the sector, two sources familiar with the move said on Thursday. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/ENL_pTuczFo/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
SVB's annual videocast delves into the trends and topics that are shaping the wine industry. The 2018 panel includes Rob McMillan, EVP & founder of Silicon Valley Bank’s Wine Division; : Gretchen Boock, Chief Executive Officer, Dobbes Family Estate / Wine By Joe; Mary Jo Dale, Marketing Director, Americas, Vinventions / Nomacorc; and Paul Mabray, Wine Industry Digital Futurist and Director, Getemetry.com.
Greg Becker, CEO of Silicon Valley Bank, was a keynote speaker at the DLA Piper Global Technology Leaders Summit where he discussed the disruptive nature of technology and tech start-ups – and the prospects for the tech economy.
Dominic Williams, President/CTO of String Labs and Chief Scientist at DFINITY talks about blockchain and where it is going, it's disruption in banking and the key questions of enhancement versus replacement. Opening keynote presentation held at Silicon Valley Forum’s The FinTech Evolution: Banking on the Blockchain, hosted by Swissnex San Francisco, on May 30th, 2017. Learn more at www.siliconvalleyforum.com.
Alternative currencies have captured our imaginations, and new possibilities are emerging. How is this disrupting the banking industry? Panel discussion at Silicon Valley Forum's conference The FinTech Revolution: Banking on the Future on September 24th, 2015. Panelists include: - Adam Draper, Boost VC - Marwan Forzley, Align Commerce - Brock Pierce, Blockchain Capital - Catheryne Nicholson, Blockcypher - Moderator: Marco Santoro, Pillsbury Law
Speaker: Ron Shevlin | Director of Research, CORNERSTONE ADVISORS Description: An emerging trend is the platformification of banking, where both existing banks and startups begin a strategic shift towards becoming banking platforms, much like how Amazon is a platform in retail. At its core, platformification is a new type of business model for banks—a plug-and-play business model that allows multiple participants (producers and consumers) to connect to it, interact with each other, and create and exchange value. This new business model will change: 1) where consumers and businesses search and shop for financial products and services; 2) how consumers and businesses apply for, and open accounts; and 3) how banks purchase and deploy technology. A critical part of this trend will be the eme...
Alex McCracken, Relationship Director, Silicon Valley Bank, Banking on Innovation http://www.svb.com/profile/Alex-McCracken/ http://www.svb.com/ Event Sponsors: http://www.miicard.com http://www.opengamma.com http://www.bitsilk.com
Jackie Hyland is a Director on Silicon Valley Bank’s Global Gateway team, which was established to work with innovation companies and their investors in international and emerging technology-focused markets. Leveraging her years of experience in Latin America, Jackie handles business development and manages SVB client relationships with venture capital investors and entrepreneurs in the region. Jackie joined SVB after leading deal activity and portfolio engagement in Latin America as an investment associate with Accion Venture Lab. Jackie has also worked at Compass Group Asset Management in Mexico City where she was part of the real estate private equity team, and Angel Ventures Mexico as a Fulbright Binational Business Scholar, where she managed deal analysis and strategic entrepreneuria...