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German biochemist who pioneered the use of chemical techniques in biological investigations

German art historian (1866-1929)

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has acquired German-headquartered private bank MM Warburg and Co's asset management and servicing business in Luxembourg, adding USD 50bn in assets under administration (AUA), the company said.
Warburg Pincus XII's Limited Partners include leading public and private pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies, endowments, foundations and wealthy individuals.
We are pleased with the favorable reception to Warburg Pincus XII," said Charles R.
Launched in May 2015, Warburg Pincus XII has received third party commitments significantly in excess of its USD12bn hard cap.
A broker in the firm's 654 Madison Avenue office, she is one of the eight original shareholders of Ashforth Warburg Associates, Warburg's predecessor corporation.
Luego de ser trasladada en 1933 a Londres para evitar que los nazis la quemaran--para entonces Warburg ya habia muerto--, se erigio en torno a ella, y asociada a la Universidad de Londres, el Instituto Warburg, uno de los centros de investigaciones mas importantes dedicado al estudio de la historia del arte y su relacion con el medio cultural.
Nevertheless, sources close to Warburg Pincus and Southernpec have denied the above speculation.
The announcement contained no information on financial terms or the size of the stake acquired by Warburg Pincus.
And Vemic, 32, may find it hard to stop Warburg, a promising performer whose game has few weaknesses.
and an affiliate of Warburg Pincus LLC have jointly signed an agreement to acquire three electric generating stations from Dominion of Richmond, Va.
Should the defendant, UBS Warburg, be required to bear the entire cost of going through an e-mail system, optical disks containing e-mail databases required by the Securities and Exchange Commission, and 94 backup tapes looking for responsive e-mail, or should the plaintiff share in the cost?
Philippe-Alain Michaud's Aby Warburg and the Image in Motion (Zone Books) is a fascinating study linking Warburg's theory of the moving image to a history of cinematic vision.
Helena Warburg, head of the Science Library at Williams College, recalls that when she arrived at the school in 1990, "We had six separate departmental (science) libraries, scattered among four different science buildings.
NEW YORK-BASED UBS WARBURG LLC raised its rating on Countrywide Credit Industries Inc.