It may have been a little more than that: http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/...aws/index.html
"Earlier Friday, White House officials downplayed the possible impact on Kerik's nomination of questions about possible conflicts of interests.
Those included more than $6 million in stock options he collected as a board member of from Taser International, which supplies stun guns to law enforcement agencies.
As part of the confirmation process, Kerik planned to sever his ties with Taser International and Giuliani Partners,..."
"Democrats had raised numerous questions about Kerik's records and qualifications, including his role in training Iraqi police as interim minister of interior and senior policy adviser for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq.
Kerik was expelled from Saudi Arabia in 1984 after a power struggle with the head of a hospital complex where he helped command the security staff. Kerik was using surveillance and other techniques to investigate employees' private lives, which he said was necessary because of Saudi laws prohibiting drinking and mingling of the sexes in public...."