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Octave Homberg Wikipedia
Octave Marie Joseph Kérim Homberg, Jr. (19 January 1876 - 9 July 1941) was a French diplomat, author, and financier. He was director of the Indo-China Bank.
He was born on 19 January 1876 in Paris, France to Octave Homberg, Sr. (1844-1907). During World War I he appealed to the United States for loans and participated in the 1915 Anglo-French Financial Commission. He headed the Commission of Bankers and Economists in France in 1917.
He died on 9 July 1941 in Cannes, France.