Short-Term Greed(redirected from Short Term Greed)
In investment banking, a term describing the placing of a bank's interests above those of one's client. That is, short-term greed encourages the bank to make money from trades or other investments, even if it causes some clients to lose out. Short-term greed may be detrimental to an investment bank in the long run as clients eventually may steer their assets elsewhere.
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