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Four partners Otto Herman Kahn, Felix and Paul Warburg and Mortimer Schiff join Kuhn, Loeb and Company


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... other partners joined Kuhn, Loeb & Company between 1897 and 1903. All of them were family members, two by marriage and one by birth. The alliance of Kuhn, Loeb & Co with the venerable house of M. M. Warburg & Co in Hamburg, Europe's oldest bank, was based on the double marriage of two Warburg scions with two daughters of Kuhn-Loeb's leading partners. In what were called dynastic marriages the brothers Paul Moritz Warburg and Felix Moritz Warburg respectively married Nina Jenny Loeb, Solomon's youngest, and Frieda Schiff, Jacob's only daughter. Both Warburgs became partners of Kuhn, Loeb & Company, which particularly in the case of the experienced Paul was of great value   ...

 

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