President-elect Donald Trump is already well on his way toward assembling an administration light on executive branch experience and with strong ties to industry. Here’s a look at some of the people poised to exert strong influence over his economic agenda—from both inside the White House and beyond it.
17: Years Steven Mnuchin spent at Goldman Sachs
Trump’s national finance chairman quit Goldman (GS) in 2002 to start a hedge fund (and finance movies), but his industry ties could complicate Trump’s populist pledge to crack down on Wall Street.
35: Age of Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law
Like his father-in-law, Kushner is a New York real estate baron born into wealth and brand-new to politics. But he’s become one of Trump’s most trusted advisers and is primed to wield enormous influence in the White House—with or without a formal role.
$3.9: Trillion in assets held by community banks and credit unions
That’s the untapped power of small lenders that Jeb Hensarling, House financial services chairman, thinks could be unleashed by rewriting Dodd-Frank’s capital requirements.
A version of this article appears in the December 15, 2016 issue of Fortune with the headline “Trump’s Key Advisors by the Numbers.”