American investment banker and early advocate of the U.S. central bank system, who served as the second Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve.
Warburg worked as partner in Kuhn, Loeb, and Co., an American multinational investment bank that grew to be one of the most influential investment banks in late 19th and early 20th centuries under the leadership of Jacob Schiff, who helped finance the Russian revolution and other military efforts against Tsarist Russia.
Paul Warburg - Wikipedia
"The Jewish Story Behind the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank" - The Forward (2015)
"PAUL WARBURG URGES A CENTRAL BANK" - The New York Times [1908 Archive]
Paul M. Warburg - FederalReserveHistory.org
"Kuhn, Loeb & Co." - Wikipedia
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