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Developing new client relationships takes time. Particularly if you’re targeting a very specific sort of business.
But last week, a number of firms demonstrated the array of proactive approaches that can be taken to build that coveted client base.
Take Hogan Lovells, for instance. Last week it emerged that the firm was working on its first-ever mandate for mobile payments group Monetise, having approached its finance director directly last October.
Finally, DLA’s UK corporate chief Bob Bishop revealed the secret to the firm’s success in bulking up its stock market clients - “identifying fast-growing clients across borders and practice groups”.
Essentially, the firm is seeking out young and dynamic clients within its chosen sectors, bringing them on board to bulk up its market share, and giving them a helping hand as they look to ascend the stock market.