UK: Outsider who changed the City.

UK: Outsider who changed the City. - Forced to flee from Nazi Germany, Siegmund Warburg landed in London, where he set up the influential bank, SG Warburg, and, as Rhymer Rigby reports, left an indelible print.

Forced to flee from Nazi Germany, Siegmund Warburg landed in London, where he set up the influential bank, SG Warburg, and, as Rhymer Rigby reports, left an indelible print.

Sir Siegmund Warburg was a remarkable man from the most remarkable generation of a remarkable family. While his assorted relatives invented America's central bank (the Federal Reserve), founded institutes and won Nobel prizes, he, as much as anyone else, was responsible for the re-emergence of London as a post-war financial centre.

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