New York regulators are investigating the Trump Organization's insurance practices.
A spokeswoman for Aon, the organization's longtime insurance company, said in a statement Tuesday the company plans to cooperate with a subpoena it received from the New York State Department of Financial Services.
The subpoena was reportedly issued less than a week after Michael Cohen told U.S. lawmakers on Feb. 27 that President Trump had previously inflated his assets for insurance purposes.
Both the Trump Organization and the New York State Department of Financial Services declined to comment on the subpoena sent to Aon.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.