A little looking about it looks like a Ficus Lyrata. More can be found here . . . http://www.flowersandplants.org.uk/plants/plant-id...
I wonder because the site shows one trunk in a planter and there are four or so in the picture you show. That leads me to ponder if they are root bound. They are trees more than just house plants. I would say each of those trunks with root systems are competing with each other not for water, but for nutrients of the soil. The proportion of soil to plants is diminishing. Either one will suffer or they will suffer together. Notice there are no branches forming.
Working in a nursery for native California plants raking leaves I learned from the owner. They always check the plant root system by holding the plant upside down and remove the pot. The plant is ready for planting if the roots are nearing a point of bound, yet not there. Then is when the roots will have the greatest propensity to spread in the virgin soil awaiting a plant. They grow stronger and larger.
If you go to Google Images and search the name Ficus Lyrata there are many, many images of this plant in homes and in yards. Again a common element is the healthy appearing plants have one trunk in a planter. Very few images of multiple trunks. Looking at those images the common are they are large heading for tree size or are tree size. I would think guessing with the nursery experience that plant in the image is like a tree plant at a nursery being sold to be placed into the ground. They have reached the planting stage.