Kelly Loeffler, former Bakkt CEO, controversially sells more than one million U.S. dollars during new crown outbreak

According to dailybeast, Kelly Loeffler, a member of the Georgia Senate and former Bakkt CEO, sold the shares she and her husband held on January 24, the same day she participated as a member of the Trump Administration ’s Senate Health Committee The “Crown Virus” closed-door meeting was attended by Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. According to the report, Kelly Loeffler sold Resideo Technologies stock at a value of $ 50,001 to $ 100,000 that day. Since January, the company’s stock price has fallen by more than half. In addition, Kelly Loeffler and husband Jeffrey Sprecher, now chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, conducted 29 stock transactions in February, of which 27 were for sale. One of them bought shares of remote office software Citrix valued at approximately $ 100,000 to $ 250,000, and the company’s stock price has risen since the outbreak of the new crown. The report also stated that Loeffler and her husband sold a total of held shares worth between $ 1,275,000 and $ 3,100,000 between January 24 and February 14, and Kelly Loeffler posted a late Twitter refutation “this It was a ridiculous and unfounded attack. “He claims that his portfolio decisions were not made by himself or her husband, but by third-party consultants without their knowledge. I learned about these trading operations after 3 weeks (February 16th).