Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Wednesday with President Donald Trump to discuss a number of issues, including continuous tensions between Israel and the Palestinians, and Middle East policies overall. But Netanyahu’s latest trip to the U.S. has put much of his life under the microscope once again, including just how much he’s worth.

When compared to some of the rest of the world’s most powerful politicians, Netanyahu’s earnings are barely a blip on the monetary radar. According to Forbes Israel, Netanyahu had an estimated net worth of $11 million as of 2015, making him the fourth-richest politician in Israel and well behind Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and his $118 million. Much of Netanyahu’s funds were attributed to fees for giving speeches and work as a strategic adviser.

It may seem like a pittance for the thrice-married father of three compared to the billionaire Trump, but that might have to do with Netanyahu’s salary. Netanyahu earns roughly $3,200 a month after taxes and insurance deductions, according to The Times of Israel, and he’s spent most of his adult life in either the military or other public services to Israel.

Netanyahu was first tapped as prime minister in 1996 before his ouster three years later, but he again took the office in 2009 and has served ever since.

What he may lack in wealth, Netyanhu has made up for it in terms of power and influence around the world. In Forbes’ 2016 list of the world’s most powerful people, Netanyahu was ranked No. 20, two spots behind rival Iran’s Ali Hoseini-Khamenei.

Israel was credited as the “startup nation” under his rule as the country has the most number of startup companies per capita in the world.

The meeting with Trump came as Netanyahu is hoping to improve relations with the U.S. after a murky back-and-forth with former President Barack Obama.