THE WASHINGTON POST – President Trump’s senior adviser, Jared Kushner, has sold only 10 percent of assets within his vast real estate empire. Here’s what he still owns, what it’s worth and how his family is involved in its management. Jared Kushner managed his family’s New York real estate company and owns millions in real estate and other assets. He sold some of his assets when he joined his father-in-law’s administration.
But he still owns stakes in numerous limited liability companies that often do not have any employees, offices, websites or operations that would make their purpose readily apparent. Some are owned through generic registered-agent offices in Dover, Del., and function as holding companies for other assets. Kushner’s representatives have said that his divestiture strategy was crafted to reduce potential conflicts of interest and that he has followed guidance from White House counsel and the Office of Government Ethics. His lawyers have said that he may sell more assets.