The Trump Organization’s longtime insurance broker is the target of what the New York Times calls “an expansive subpoena” from New York State regulators, according to “a person briefed on the matter.”
The subpoena appears to be a result of House testimony last week by Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, who “indicated … that the Trump Organization inflated the value of its assets to insurance companies” — which potentially could lead to fraud charges.
“The nine-page subpoena demands a broad range of materials regarding Aon’s business” with Trump, says the Times, “dating back to 2009.”
The Times says the Trump Organization and Aon didn’t respond to requests for comment, and a spokesman for the New York Department of Financial Services declined a similar request.
“It could take the agency’s investigators months to analyze all the information they collect,” the Times says.