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- Permanently bar Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump from serving on a corporate board for a business organized in New York State.
- Ban the Trumps and the Trump Organization from getting loans for five years from any financial institution operating in New York State (which is, basically, all of them given how financial institutions operate and invest).
- Require repayment of ill-gotten proceeds, estimated to be at least $250 million.
- Appoint independent monitors to oversee operations of the Trump Organization and the Trump Revocable Trust for five years. (The Trump Revocable Trust was set up by Trump to profit from his family company while he was in the White House.)
- Under the oversight of regulators, the Trump Organization must resubmit GAP-compliant (“generally acceptable practices”) financial statements to any and all people the Trumps and the Trump Organization provided financial information to over the last five years, as well as to anyone currently holding debt incurred by Trump.
- Replace trustees overseeing the Trump Revocable Trust.
- Banning Allan Weisselberg, the long-time Trump Organization CFO, and Jeffrey McConney, the company’s comptroller, from holding a position as a financial officer with any New York State company or organization.
- Canceling certificate of incorporation for any Trump-owned entity in New York State–essentially dissolving the Trump Organization and forcing it to reorganize in another state.
- Permanently ban any Trump company from doing new business in New York State.