Stifel Financial Corp., a financial services holding company headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., has added three partners formerly with Silicon Valley Bank. Jake Moseley, Matt Trotter and Ted Wilson will all join Stifel as managing directors and will immediately assume leadership roles in Stifel’s venture banking group.

Moseley brings 20 years of experience working with technology, life science, cleantech, private equity and venture capital clients. Most recently, he was head of relationship management technology banking at SVB. In that role, he was responsible for leading the relationships with SVB’s core constituency of venture-backed and independent U.S. technology companies.

Prior to joining Stifel, Trotter was a senior market manager and head of frontier technologies and climate technology and sustainability at SVB. In this position, he focused on building products to support the evolving business models and capital-expenditure needs for companing creating technologies in the transportation, industrials, aerospace, energy, agriculture, food and hardware infrastructure sectors.

Wilson has experience helping financial services and venture capital firms scale their businesses and joins from SVB, where he was head of enterprise software. In that role, Wilson focused on relationship management, debt financing, banking services and making connections for entrepreneurs and investors.