A company owned by Jared Kushner’s family is apologizing for mentioning him during an investment conference in China. Nicole Kushner Meyer referenced her brother, who is now a White House adviser, during an event in Beijing last Saturday. Kushner Companies “apologizes if that mention of [Meyer’s] brother was in any way interpreted as an attempt to lure investors,” a spokesperson said, according to The Daily Beast. Representatives from Kushner Companies encouraged wealthy Chinese citizens to “invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States” during last weekend’s event. “In 2008, my brother Jared Kushner joined the family company as CEO, and recently moved to Washington to join the administration,” Meyer said at the conference. “Ms. Meyer wanted to make clear that her brother had stepped away from the company in January and has nothing to do with this project,” Kushner Companies said Monday, according to CNN Money. ADVERTISEMENT Meyer reportedly delivered a message urging listeners at the Beijing Ritz-Carlton to invest in a New Jersey real estate project and get an investor visa.
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