Three men will be admitted to partnership on January 1 in the banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. They are George W. Bovenizer, Lewis L. Strauss and Sir William Wiseman. All three men have served the firm on various boards of directors.
Mr. Bovenizer, who joined the firm in 1897, is now 49 years old. Mr. Strauss is 32 years old and has been with Kuhn, Loeb & Co. since 1919. He served as confidential secretary, as a volunteer, of Herbert Hoover in his several war and post-war relief activities, and in connection with the Supreme Economic Council and the Peace Conference. He has decorations from the governments of Belgium, Finland, Italy and Poland. He is a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Naval Reserve.
Sir William Wiseman joined Kuhn, Loeb & Co. in 1921. He is 43 years old. He served in the World War as a Captain and later as a Lieutenant Colonel. For his work in the war he was made a Commander of the Bath and a Commander of St. Michael and St. George.
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