Scattered reports in the US press show that Jared Kushner is deeply in debt to Israeli banks and coordinates investments with Israeli insurance companies. Bank Hapolim, the major Israeli bank, is one of his creditors. The New York Times investigated these ties,
"Last May, Jared Kushner accompanied President Trump, his father-in-law, on the pair’s first diplomatic trip to Israel, part of Mr. Kushner’s White House assignment to achieve peace in the Middle East.
Shortly before, his family real estate company received a roughly $30 million investment from Menora Mivtachim, an insurer that is one of Israel’s largest financial institutions, according to a Menora executive....."