Trump Organization CFO Weisselberg removed from leadership roles at subsidiaries: report
Weisselberg is still reportedly the Chief Financial Officer for the Trump Organization.
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The Trump Organization removed former Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg from over 40 subsidiary companies after his indictment, according to a report.
The changes were made Thursday and Friday, corporate filings in the U.S. and Scotland showed, according to The Washington Post.
The changes come a week after Weisselberg was indicted by New York prosecutors on 15 state charges, including grand larceny in a 15-year tax fraud scheme. The scheme was to evade paying income taxes by concealing executive salaries, including hiding more than $1.7 million of his own income.
The subsidiaries included Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, a holding company that included many Trump-owned businesses, and a corporate entity that handles payroll for Trump employees.
Weisselberg remains the CFO of the Trump Organization. A person familiar with the company told the Post that, "Allen Weisselberg’s at the company. He’s got a job. He’s going to remain at the company."
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