He was educated at Frankfurt-am-Main, Geneva, and Owens College, Manchester; and then went into business in London. He was on the Royal Commission on London Traffic, 1903-5; Board of Trade Commission for the Amendment of Company Law, 1905; India Office Committee on Indian Railway Finance and Administration, 1907-8; and Treasury Committee on Irish Land Purchase Finance, 1907-8. He was chairman of the Council of the Institute of Bankers, 1908-9, and of the Central Association of Bankers, 1913–15.
In 1906 he stood as a Liberal candidate at the general election for the constituency of the City of London.
His works include:
- Foreign Trade and the Money Market
- Our Gold Reserves
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- Reynolds, Francis J., ed. (1921). "Schuster, Sir Felix". Collier's New Encyclopedia. New York: P.F. Collier & Son Company.
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