(Bloomberg) -- Donald Trump entered the 2024 presidential race as a pariah on Wall Street and among the monied Republican donor class. 

Not anymore.

Financiers who abandoned Trump after his supporters stormed the US Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 — and who kept their distance as he continued to claim falsely that the 2020 election was stolen — are throwing their weight behind him again.

Billionaire donors including investor Steve Schwarzman and hotel magnate Miriam Adelson have come back to support Trump. His campaign raised a record $141 million in May on the heels of a New York jury convicting him on 34 counts of falsifying business records to cover up hush-money payments to an adult film actress.

On Thursday, Trump will appeal to corporate America, speaking to roughly 100 chief executive officers at a meeting in Washington, including Citigroup Inc.’s Jane Fraser, Bank of America’s Brian Moynihan, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Jamie Dimon.

Why has Trump been able to turn around his standing with business leaders? A big reason is money. Trump has promised to cut taxes for the wealthy and eliminate regulations. His opponent, President Joe Biden, has pledged to do the opposite.

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