FBI Director Christopher Wray reported receiving more than $14 million in partnership income from King & Spalding since 2016 for work advising corporate clients, including Wells Fargo, Johnson & Johnson, Credit Suisse and Chevron Corp., according to newly released financial disclosures.

Wray, whose latest financial disclosure was made available this month, said he received more than $5 million in income from King & Spalding, where he had been a partner for 12 years up until his departure in August 2017. Wray’s initial disclosure, filed after his nomination last summer to succeed James Comey at the helm of the FBI, showed him receiving more than $9.2 million in a partnership share for a period including 2016 and part of 2017.

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