Four former executives of re-insurer General Re and one former executive of insurer American International Group were convicted by a jury of fraud and conspiracy for manipulating financial statements.

The five-week trial was one of the most significant convictions in an accounting case since Enron and WorldCom. After nine days of deliberations, the defendants were convicted on 16 charges, including mail fraud, securities fraud, conspiracy and lying to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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