Elections commission releases Trump's financial disclosure
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa, United States, July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young

The U.S. Federal Elections Commission released on Wednesday the 92-page personal financial disclosure statement from Republican U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump, showing the breadth of wealth held by the real-estate mogul and television host.

Trump has a total of 515 "positions held outside the United States government," mostly as president or director of his multitude of corporations. Meanwhile, his commercial real estate holdings in New York and Chicago are valued at more than $100 million and he earns more than $5 million in rental and condominium sale income in each city, the filing showed.

Currently, Trump charges up to $450,000 for speaking engagements, a copy of the disclosure filing showed.