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Paul Moritz Warburg

Paul Moritz Warburg, German banker. member United States Section International High Commission, 1917. Now Chairman of the Board International Acceptance Bank, New York, also Chairman of the Board The Manhattan Company.

Background

  • Warburg, Paul Moritz was born on August 10, 1868 in Hamburg, Germany. Son of Moritz and Charlotte Esther (Oppenheim) Warburg.

  • Education

    • Educated in Germany.

    Career

    • Formerly member Kuhn, Loeb & Company, bankers, New York. Resigned all directorships, trusteeships, etc., on appointment by President Wilson as member Federal Reserve Board for term 1914-1918. Appointed member United States Section International High Commission, 1917.

      Now Chairman of the Board International Acceptance Bank, New York, also Chairman of the Board The Manhattan Company. Director Bang and Olufsen R.R., Western Union Telegraph Company, U.P. Railroad Company, American I.G. Chemical Corporation, Agfa Ansco Corporation, etc. Director Julliard School of Music.

      Trustee National Child Labor Committee, Tuskegee College, Institute of Economics (Washington, District of Columbia). Treasurer Institute Musical Arts. Home: New York, New York.

    Membership

    Member United States Section International High Commission, 1917. Now Chairman of the Board International Acceptance Bank, New York, also Chairman of the Board The Manhattan Company.

    Connections

    • Married Nina J. Loeb, 1894.
    • father: Moritz Warburg
    • mother: Charlotte Esther (Oppenheim) Warburg
    • spouse: Nina J. Loeb
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    Born August 10, 1868
    Died January 24, 1932
    (aged 63)
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