Nikki Haley, the previous South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador, earned no less than $1.2 million — and as a lot as $12 million — from talking engagements within the 12 months main as much as her entry into the presidential race, based on her private monetary disclosure kind.

The disclosure, filed Monday with the Federal Election Fee, additionally exhibits that Ms. Haley remains to be on the board of United Houses Group, one of many largest homebuilders within the Southeast and a public firm through which she owns inventory.

The submitting exhibits how Ms. Haley parlayed her expertise within the Trump administration and the governor’s workplace into profitable alternatives within the non-public sector, and the way these commitments have carried over into her presidential marketing campaign.

Presidential candidates usually resign from company boards quickly after getting into the race, to keep away from the looks of any conflicts.

A spokeswoman for Ms. Haley didn’t touch upon the submitting, or on Ms. Haley’s continued service on the United Houses board.

Ms. Haley listed a dozen talking engagements, for every of which she reported an honorarium between $100,001 and $1 million. They included occasions on the Middle for Israel and Jewish Affairs in Montreal, Barclays Companies Company in New York, and Water Avenue Healthcare Companions in Chicago.

The Wall Avenue Journal reported final month that Ms. Haley had obtained inventory choices from United Houses price near $300,000 on March 30, about six weeks after she entered the presidential race.

Within the submitting, Ms. Haley reported proudly owning between $250,000 and $500,000 price of inventory in Nice Southern Houses, which turned United Houses when it went public by way of a merger.

Ms. Haley’s submitting additionally confirmed she earned $100,000 to $1 million in royalties for the guide she wrote in late 2022, “If You Need One thing Executed,” which is a sequence of vignettes of girls who impressed her. She reported no royalties on two earlier books.

Ms. Haley additionally reported that she is a senior adviser at Prism World Administration, which is described on its LinkedIn web page as a “US-based funding platform concentrating on growth-stage disruptive innovators in US and Asia.”

She reported between $100,000 and $1 million in consulting charges from Prism.

The submitting exhibits that Ms. Haley additionally owns as much as $250,000 in inventory in Boeing, the aerospace large on whose board she served for a couple of 12 months after leaving the Trump administration. She resigned from the Boeing board in March 2020, saying she disagreed with the corporate’s resolution to hunt Covid-related federal help.

Shane Goldmacher contributed reporting.