President Donald Trump pardoned a former top Republican fundraiser in January 2021. In 2019, he was convicted of conspiring to violate foreign lobbying laws in order to sway the top-level administration in favor of Chinese and Malaysian interests.
Elliott pocketed millions to lobby the Justice Department to halt efforts to seize the assets of Jho Low, the Malaysian investment fund thief. Additionally, he was convicted of conspiring behind the scenes to secure the extradition of Guo Wengui, a Chinese billionaire living in exile.
Elliott Broidy was allegedly in his mid-60s, or 63 years old, in 2021, according to the Department of Justice’s database. He never provided any additional information about his date of birth, however. Additionally, the lack of precise information prevented information about his zodiac sign from being made public.
Elliott Broidy was born in Los Angeles, California, to Sherman Broidy and Dorothy Horowitz. Elliott’s parents married in 1955 and have remained happily married ever since.
Elliot’s father, Sherman, was awarded the Purple Heart medal for his service in the Pacific during World War II. He devoted 30 years of his life to education. Whereas Elliot’s mother, Dorothy, was a nurse. Sherman, sadly, lost a long battle with Parkinson’s disease and died on 3 January 2014.
Additional information about his family: Elliott Broidy is the younger brother of Claudia Broidy Sterling and Michele Broidy Nastarin. Both of his sisters are married and have children. The Broidy siblings were born into a mixed-race family in New York City.
Elliott Broidy is a tall man, standing at 5 feet 10 inches (1.77 meters). Whereas he weighed nearly 86 kilograms physically (189 lbs). Additionally, Elliott bears a resemblance to legendary Indian actor Kader Khan, which serves as one of his distinguishing features. Additionally, he has gained considerable weight as he has aged.
It may come as a surprise to learn that Elliott Broidy has an Instagram fan account. He does not, however, have an account on the platform. The fan account was followed by a total of 187 people. Additionally, Elliott’s Twitter account has accumulated a total of 847 followers as of this writing and he prefers to keep the account private.
Elliott Broidy’s total net worth has been estimated to be approximately $75 million.
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|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$75 million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$70 million|
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Eliott Broidy earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. He earned a B.S. degree in accounting and finance from the same institution and later became a certified public accountant.
Elliott Broidy began his career in finance by joining Arthur Andersen and Co. Elliot Broidy managed Bell Enterprises from 1982 to 1992, where he professed and in a wide variety of investment opportunities.
Prior to co-founding Broidy Capital Management, he was a partner in Markstone Capital Group LLC. In 2009, he was removed as chairman for attempting to pay $1 million in bribes to pension fund managers. He avoided prison, however, by paying an $18 million fine.
Elliot also included on his resume his years of experience working for Event Solutions International, Inc., Foley Timber and Land Company, L.P., and Vantis Capital Management, LLC. Additionally, he is well-regarded for his work as a trustee of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
Elliott is the CEO and Chairman of Broidy Capital Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm. In 1991, he founded the firm. According to the company’s website, the firm participated in public and private capital markets and assisted in investments in a variety of sectors both domestically and internationally.
Elliott worked as a commercial salmon fisherman on a 28-foot, two-man aluminum boat on Winchester Bay in Oregon prior to attending USC. The $10,000 he earned enabled him to purchase the East Los Angeles laundromat that provided him with a steady income during his college years.
Additionally, Elliott produced two films, Sugar and Snake & Mongoose.
Elliott Broidy was found guilty in October 2020 before United States District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly. Elliott was convicted along with co-conspirators for a lobbying campaign that involved millions of dollars, the bidding of a foreign government and a foreign national, and senior US government officials.
He did not, however, reveal the identity of the foreign conspirators who attempted to impose. Broidy reportedly received $9 million for the effort from Foreign National A, a planner for the 1Malaysia Development Board (1MDB).
Elliott paid co-conspirator Nickie Lum Davis $2.4 million out of the $9 million, as previously reported. However, after being apprehended and the lobbying attempt failing, he agreed to forfeit the remaining $6.6 million.
Additionally, the native Californian served as a commissioner of the Los Angeles City Fire and Police Pension Fund. He has also served on the boards of directors of several educational institutions, including the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and Hebrew Union College. Elliott has also been a recipient of the Raoul Wallenberg Prize. Additionally, the Israel-American Chamber of Commerce and the American-Israel Friendship League hold him in high regard.
In 1992, Elliott Broidy married Robin Rosenzweig. Robin shared the day of their rehearsal dinner on her Facebook page in November 1992. The couple married and had three children: Nathaniel, Rachel, and Lauren. Robin’s Facebook page indicates that their daughter Rachel married her husband in 2017.
Additional information about Robin: She earned a bachelor’s degree in theatre and politics from Brandeis University in 1980. In 1983, she earned a law degree from George Washington University’s Law School. In 2014, Robin Rosenzweig also established Colfax Law Office in Beverly Hills. Her practice is primarily concentrated in corporate, entertainment, and criminal law. Robin also worked for Twentieth Century Fox from 1987 to 1989, serving the company for eight years. She was promoted to Vice President of Legal and Business Affairs a year later.
In 2001, Elliott and his wife purchased a house that they rented out to gain access to Angelina Jolie. They later demolished the house and built a mansion, which they sold during the 2009 scandal.
Elliott Broidy also made headlines in 2018 when a lawsuit was filed in his name. According to the Los Angeles Times, former Playboy playmate Shera Bechard sued him for getting her pregnant. The Republican fundraiser offered to compensate her for her silence with $1.6 million. Shera asserted that she obtained an abortion in December 2017.