New York's state banking regulator asked Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE) and two other lenders for information on their relationships with U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and his family's real estate company, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.
White House senior adviser Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerKushner resisting giving up top access amid scrutiny over security clearances: report Kelly says he has "full confidence" in Kushner on foreign policy White House: Security clearance review won't affect Kushner MORE's family business received millions of dollars in loans from two companies after they took part in White House meetings, according to The New York Times.
The family real estate business of Jared Kushner reportedly received millions of dollars in loans from two companies whose leaders met with him in the White House previous year. Citigroup also lent Kushner Cos.
"I've summarized what I see as the bottom line here, that Mr. Kushner's business interests not only aren't over, but business interests in which he is actively invested - where he is getting a personal benefit - have received notable, and in some cases remarkably large, cash infusions from people who have had business dealings with him as a White House official", Maddow concluded. An even larger loan came from Citigroup, which lent the firm and one of its partners $325 million to help finance a group of office buildings in Brooklyn, New York.
And spokespeople for both companies asserted the loans granted to Kushner Companies were unrelated to the meetings.
"Now obviously, there's important context here, in terms of what's going on with Jared Kushner and concerns about him in the White House", Maddow reminded.
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Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn issued a document request to Kushner Cos. for information about that loan in November of a year ago, the Journal reported in December. In Ivanka's case, it's mostly just a matter of fairness, but recent reports indicate Kushner's dilettante diplomacy could be putting US national security at risk.
Kushner resigned from Kushner Companies when he joined the Trump White House and put part of his stake into a trust, but he still has the majority of his interest in the company. "Stories like these attempt to make insinuating connections that do not exist to disparage the financial institutions and companies involved", spokeswoman Christine Taylor said.
Kushner Companies has said in a statement that Jared Kushner's White House role had no impact on the company's financial relationships.
The letter from the DFS is seeking information-as well as communications and documents-surrounding the financial agreements between Kushner, his business dealings and the three banks, according to the source. He was among the Trump campaign members involved in a controversial July 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer who emails suggested promised damaging information on Hillary Clinton.
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