Gary Cohn, the former Goldman CEO and long-time banker is worth somewhere from $252 million to $611 million, according to a financial disclosure form released by the White House on Friday. The director of the National Economic Council is one of the wealthiest employees in the White House.
On top of his $1.8 million salary, Cohn also lists a $5.7 million cash bonus in 2016 and $10 million in restricted stock options. He also exercised options for total cash payment of about $1.68 million at the Wall Street titan.
Cohn is just one former Goldman employee to work under the President. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, chief White House strategist Steve Bannon, and senior counselor on economic initiatives to the president Dina Powell are all former Goldman employees. James Donovan, managing director at Goldman Sachs, is set to be Deputy Secretary of the Treasury while Anthony Scaramucci, who recently sat down with TheStreet to discuss politics and Wall Street, was also an employee at the 148-year-old firm and an unofficial adviser to the president.
The release of Cohn's financial information comes as the White House unveils as many as 180 financial disclosure reports of top ranking aides and employees. The White House said the forms are not of current net worth but more a brief snapshot of employees' financial positions.
Bannon's financial information was also released and showed the co-founder of Breitbart News earned more than $1 million in 2016, including about $191,000 from the conservative news outlet. Bannon also owns Bannon Strategic Advisors, a consulting firm, which is valued at $5 million to $25 million. Bannon Film Industries, a film production company that recently released "Clinton Cash," an investigation into the Clintons' finances, was valued at as much as $5 million, according to the report.
The disclosures do not include those for Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, or the president's daughter Ivanka Trump. Ivanka has has 30 days to fill in the form, according to a White House official, while the President and Vice President are not forced to file.
The financial disclosures of the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, a senior adviser, were available and provided a glimpse into Ivanka's worth, as well. According to the report, the couple could be worth as much as $740 million, owing to a host of real estate investments, stocks holdings and bank accounts.
The disclosures revealed that Kushner held some shares of Pepsi (PEP - Get Report) , Boeing (BA - Get Report) , Yum Brands (YUM - Get Report) Microsoft (MSFT - Get Report) , Nextera Energy (NEE - Get Report) and other stocks, as well as a litany of ETFs, including iShares Russell 1000 ETF (IWB - Get Report) and the Powershares Nasdaq 100 (QQQ - Get Report) , among others. Those holdings have all been divested over the past year, the report shows.
Kushner's financial disclosures said that Ivanka Trump earned $1 million to $5 million from the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., between January 2016 and March 2017, and put the value of her stake at $5 million to $25 million.
Kellyanne Conway, a Republican strategist, made over $800,000 last year from the polling and consulting firm she ran before joining Trump's campaign, her filing shows. She had assets of more than $30 million.