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Kushner Cos. Plans to Tap Israeli Debt Market With Bond Sale

  • U.S. real estate firm seeking to raise at least $100 million
  • Company joins other NYC-area developers that have sold debt
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Jared Kushner’s family real estate company plans to borrow at least $100 million through Israel’s debt market, joining a list of prominent New York-area developers that have raised funds there to fuel growth in the U.S.

Kushner Cos., the firm President Donald Trump’s son-in-law left to become a White House senior adviser, filed papers to sell bonds on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, and a deal could come in the next few months, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified because the matter is private.