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   M. M. Warburg - Europe's oldest banking house

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Of M. M. Warburg and Company, the oldest European banking house, it's 16th century origins and lineage to Paul and Felix Warburg, who married into the Kuhn-Loeb dynasty

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Paul Moritz Warburg and Felix Moritz Warburg were the third and the fourth sons of Moritz M. Warburg and Charlotte Oppenheim. They had two older brothers Aby and Max, two younger sisters Olga (Warburg) Kohn-Speyer and Louise (Warburg) Derenberg and one younger brother, Fritz M. Warburg. After Siegmund Warburg's death in 1889, their father Moritz became the head of the firm and although their cousin Abraham Siegmund Warburg had joined the firm before them, the Mittelweg Warburgs would prove the stronger branch and direct the future of M.M. Warburg & Company.   ...


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