While Michael Cohen won notoriety as Donald Trump’s fixit man, his younger brother, Bryan, stayed out of the spotlight, building one of Ukraine’s most efficient agricultural companies
Thursday, August 23, 2018

While Michael Cohen won notoriety as Donald Trump’s fixit man, his younger brother, Bryan, stayed out of the spotlight, building one of Ukraine’s most efficient agricultural companies

While Michael Cohen won notoriety as Donald Trump’s fixit man, his younger brother, Bryan, stayed out of the spotlight, building one of Ukraine’s most efficient agricultural companies. From 2011 to 2016, Swedish-owned Grain Alliance paid $7 million to Bryan Cohen’s company UkrEthanol LLC, according to a report on the Real Deal site. According to Grain Alliance statements, Bryan Cohen’s role was largely to procure seeds and used farm equipment from the American Midwest. The farming company was started in the 1990s by Alex Oronov, Bryan Cohen’s father-in-law. Cohen has listed in his biography that he held the title of general counsel and executive vice president for Grain Alliance, Americas. The Real Deal article does not imply any wrongdoing by Cohen who works in New York real estate.

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