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11 days ago

Associate

Silicon Valley Bank Salt Lake City, UT

Associates support loan growth, risk and portfolio management, and client satisfaction in partnership with senior bankers and other groups within… Silicon Valley Bank


8 days ago

CRM Analyst

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

Work with CRM lead to plan, build, and iterate various reports and dashboards that support forecasted vs. actual and other visibility in the areas of… Silicon Valley Bank


4 days ago

Network Engineer III

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

The candidate will provide support and maintenance for Cisco routers and switches. Environment includes Cisco routers and switches such as the Cisco… Silicon Valley Bank


13 days ago

VP II

Silicon Valley Bank San Diego, CA

The Relationship Management roles are responsible for designing and originating loans and secured and unsecured lines of credit for Commercial Bank… Silicon Valley Bank


22 days ago

Managing Director

Silicon Valley Bank Sherman Oaks, CA +4 locations

Responsible for a broad range of client relationships. Develops new business. Closes the deal and wins relationships from competitors. Highly skilled… Silicon Valley Bank


3 days ago

Valuation Associate - Life Science

Silicon Valley Bank Chicago, IL

Analytics provides advisory and valuation services to the life science venture capital eco-system. We perform complex valuations and research… Silicon Valley Bank


26 days ago

FX Advisor

Silicon Valley Bank Sherman Oaks, CA

- Maintains a thorough, in depth knowledge of the Bank’s FX products and services, while keeping up to date on market news and events. - Monitors… Silicon Valley Bank


25 days ago

Sr. Director Compliance Monitoring Mgr

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

include: • Manage the annual compliance risk assessment and formulate the annual compliance program based on risk assessment results. • Oversee the… Silicon Valley Bank


6 days ago

Associate Development Program West - Jan 2015 Class

Silicon Valley Bank Palo Alto, CA

And you'll work with teams of passionate, enterprising SVBers dedicated to helping our clients grow and succeed at every stage. The future’s most… Silicon Valley Bank


14 days ago

Software Engineer

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

Drive technical designs to consensus and approval by Architecture Review Team. Design and develop enterprise… Silicon Valley Bank


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    Global Services is a place of fear and loathing

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    Current Employee - Global Operations  in  Tempe, AZ
    Current Employee - Global Operations in Tempe, AZ

    I have been working at Silicon Valley Bank full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    its a job, the company has an interesting niche

    Cons

    Too numerous to list, but here it goes. Our COO is very smart (knows operational banking backwards and forwards but he has an unfortunate mean streak that everyone is now clued into) however he is making devastating hiring calls within global services. Is it his ego driving it? He has appointed a CIO that has ruined IT--its a company wide joke. Im glad I don't work in the IT department and have to listen to her all the time like my IT colleagues. Total wind bag who fired a really good senior leader for not "transforming" our online banking system. I think he had like two months. Funny thing is everyone that ive talked to who was actually doing work on the online team really thought a huge difference had been made. Oh well, welcome to the new SVB---your FIRED!
    The COO has appointed a head of global banking operations that almost everyone hates working for. He is a dreamer, talks big and thinks by talking everyone around him will magically make it happen. When things don't go as expected, he blames his team and technology partners. Message to this guy: its not bank of America, you don't have the budget or personnel to bridge the gap of your lack of tactical knowhow. The bottom line is the COO is very good at the details and vision, he doesn't hire well and doesn't understand that he needs inspiring leaders who people respect and want to follow, not leaders who prescribe to "the beatings will continue until morale improves" mantra. Its too late in IT, its to damaged thanks to the depredations of the new CIO. Still time to get the global operations group on track but the window is closing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    CEO, you have a mess frankly of your own making to clean up. You have given your COO to much power and unfortunately he has messed up huge areas of your bank. Clearly, you don't know much about the technology and operations areas and felt comfortable letting your COO do as he pleases but my god man, its all falling down around you while you schedule town halls. You need to go a little deeper and farther than just talking to your senior leaders who are actually the problem to start with. Do your job and clean up the COO, CIO, and HGO. Your accountable.

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