Paul Warburg

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Person.png Paul Warburg   Sourcewatch SpartacusRdf-icon.png
Hamburg, Germany
DiedJanuary 24, 1932 (Age 63)
New York City, U.S.
NationalityUnited States
Parents • Moritz Warburg
• Charlotte Oppenheim

Paul Moritz Warburg was a financier.


Paul Warburg was a brother of Max Warburg.


Authony Sutton states that Warburg has a "meteoric rise" with his "missionary zeal to promote a carbon copy of the German Reichsbank in the United States."[1]

Warburg became a partner of Kuhn, Loeb and Co, where he joined Otto Kahn and Jacob Schiff. He became a governor of the Federal Reserve.


His son, James Warburg (1896–1969) was a financial adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt in the first years of his presidency.

10 August 1868|24 January 1932| 

Event Participated in

1910 Jekyll Island meeting19101910US
Jekyll Island
A secret meeting at Jekyll Island, attended by six men who conspired to privatise the US money system for control of the "money trust".