Former hedge fund manager Justin Muzinich, now counselor to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the Trump administration’s pick for deputy secretary, reported receiving more than $17 million in vested stock options, capital gains income and company salary, according to a financial disclosure released by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.

Muzinich, described as an architect of the Trump administration’s tax reform plan, was formerly president of the New York-based investment firm Muzinich & Co. before being named counselor to Mnuchin in February 2017. President Donald Trump in April nominated Muzinich for second-in-command at the Treasury.

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