Harris Bank, which has traditionally catered to higher-end investors, is reducing its investment minimum in an effort to reach more of the affluent market.

The Chicago-based unit of Bank of Montreal has set up a division focusing on customers with $250,000 to $750,000 of investable assets in cash, securities, or retirement income. The previous minimum was $750,000.

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