Maria Nikolova

Maria has been engaged in journalism for more than 13 years, providing Forex industry coverage for the past seven years. Before joining FNG she was Managing Editor at FinanceFeeds. Prior to that, she worked at LeapRate. Maria has a Philosophy degree from the St. Kliment Ochridski university in Sofia. She has specialized in Cognitive Science in Vienna. Her interests include psychology, AI, and linguistics.

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  1. Anonymous
    December 20, 2020 @ 3:12 pm

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  2. Bob Reilly
    January 11, 2021 @ 8:54 pm

    Give me a break. Just read the emails. Connolly asked for a lower LIBOR because he had “lots of pays” coming up.
    It took a jury 6 hrs to convict. They weren’t fooled. This creep has been screwing people over for years without remorse. He’s had nothing but time and plenty of counsel to come up with every excuse in the book, and even to self publish two sad little books of his own all about why he can’t possible be guilty and why he’s right and all those seeking justice for the real victims of the LIBOR scandal are “scumbags”. It’s pathetic. He should apologize for his scheme and his greed and take his punishment like a man. Wire fraud and conspiracy are supposed to carry long sentences, particularly when they involve financial institutions.This guy was rightfully convicted and an overly lenient judge gives him home confinement during a pandemic (like the rest of us) and a measly $100,000 fine, easily afforded with his millions in bonus money from ripping off everbody with a loan. Who paid her off? Still, he’s appealing while whining and complaining every day on social media. Awww poor Matt, he’s a target; he’s the victim.

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