Low Hanging Fruit


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Low Hanging Fruit

In investment banking, a potential client who is very likely to agree to put assets under the bank's management. For example, if an internationally known bank opens its first office in the capital of a small country, that country's biggest companies are likely to be low hanging fruit because they would want to associate themselves with a famous, successful bank.
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Low hanging fruit The easiest targets Heavy site Lots of hits to an Internet web site
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