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Sr. Manager Centralized Card Management

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

The right individual will use their deep experience in the cards business to partner well with other card related units and key stakeholders, such as… Silicon Valley Bank

30+ days ago

Associate Development Program West - July 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

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Associate II - CFD

Silicon Valley Bank Sherman Oaks, 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

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Vice President I

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

5+ years of related experience. Advanced knowledge of bank operations and products. Strong negotiation and marketing skills. Good closing skills… Silicon Valley Bank

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Enterprise Architect

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

As a technology leader and subject matter expert, the Enterprise IT Architects will design, develop and implement IT architecture projects. IT… Silicon Valley Bank

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Relationship Associate

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

JOB COMPLEXITY: The Relationship Associate position is a client-facing role that is responsible for new and existing client relationships to ensure a… Silicon Valley Bank

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Data Analytics Analyst

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

SVB Analytics works with the executives of privately held companies to provide independent valuation opinions so that those companies can manage… Silicon Valley Bank

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Associate Director L&OD

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

Reporting to the Director, L&OD, this person will manage specific areas within the L&OD Organization while working collaboratively across HR and the… Silicon Valley Bank

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Manager KYC/EDD

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

The KYC/EDD Team is responsible for assessing a client’s AML risk at initial client onboarding and throughout the duration of the client’s… Silicon Valley Bank

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Chief Compliance Officer

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

The Chief Compliance Officer reports directly to the Chief Risk Officer and is responsible for the development and ongoing maintenance of a… Silicon Valley Bank

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Silicon Valley Bank President & CEO Greg Becker
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    Surprised by the "Fresh of Breath Air" review, because IT really stinks. Time for IT Employees to speak up.

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    Current Employee - Manager in Tempe, AZ
    Current Employee - Manager in Tempe, AZ

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


    Our CEO Greg puts employees and SVB's clients first. He thinks that employees are true assets. But lets talk about the IT, since it really is a place that stinks because of its CIO.


    I was really surprised by the positive reviews here, as it looks like somebody is smoking weeds here. I am even suspecting these reviews are written by the CIO herself or her close aids. The reality is that breath after all is not so fresh, particularly when nothing has been done after a year. It actually stinks.

    In past few years, IT organization was not perfect, but it was working well enough to make SVB successful. But the new CIO ruined it all. By the name of change, she has created a culture where no one can question her, a culture which promotes difference between new vs old employees. She thinks that anyone who has been here before her is incompetent, and does not want to change. The reality is that she has no skills to recognize true talent or manage any kind of organizational change. Because of her, IT in its current state stinks.

    She complains about old employees and IT as a whole as if she is an outsider. She never even attempted to learn IT, the team or what was actually done. This IT team is the same team who worked extra ordinarily hard to open SVB's 2 international branches in China and UK. And the true recognition is that branch in China was opened in a record time, while the UK was one of the most complex operation ever. But she continues to see this team as a bad team, and team who resist change but over here work speaks for itself. These employees had delivered truly amazing stuff.

    Now look at her record. What has she done in last one year? This question has been asked constantly in many reviews. Nothing, except she continued to fire people because they challenged her. Many people think that these folks were fired because they were incompetent, but truth is they challenged her style of work and her decisions as she continued to ruin the IT. She likes to talk, and just talk without substance, because she has nothing tangible to show. So she distracts business by bad mouthing her own team.
    All negative reviews speaks collectively of who she really is.

    Now let's some talk about Old Vs New Employees.

    Something about Old Employees - these are the same IT employees who worked very hard in making this company successful. Worked hard enough that even during the greatest recession after the great depression, SVB continued to grow and earned profit. So one day, new employees can come and join this organization, and be part of SVB's growth story. Our own CEO has been here for more than 2 decades, does it mean he is incompetent too?

    Message to New Employees (Well, I am not that old either) - Ask yourself, if you really think you were joining a team of incompetent people, if so then why did you even join? What problems were you hired to solve? If you think you are such a true reformist, the only company you chose to join was SVB! Really? Please look within before you point fingers. Respect the fact, that you are given an opportunity to work with some of the brightest minds. I am not saying all are good and best, but this is how teams are formed all across the world even in the most successful organizations. Let me not question you, because I know you all new hires bring amazing talent to this company and has good intentions but think about it. Do you really think that the person who was your onboarding buddy, who welcomed you to SVB, who helped you understand the company, who helped you understand the technology stack, and shared who is who of this company, is a stupid!!!!! Its a great compliment to have this good mix, while these employees working together to take this company to next stage and not create new vs old culture. Please don't fall for new vs old debate just because the CIO is so damn incompetent. Because she just creating a distraction. Don't consider her new anymore, she has been here for more than a year now.

    Many of the IT Employees who have been here will tell you that almost everyone has worked 15-16 hours daily, weekend after weekend to make this company successful. Not because they were being paid, but because they always care. They care for SVB, they care for SVB's clients and care for each other.

    I wish if I could recommend this company to my friend, but IT at its current stage stinks. So unless this is resolved please stay away.

    I would request every IT employee to stand up and raise their voice. I know you are reading this, so use the power of social media and let the management know that its time to Fire the incompetent CIO and save IT.

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    Please save IT. It is a great company, so please do something about IT before its too late. And before we all started to look for a job outside.

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