The defense rested on Feb. 7 in the federal securities fraud trial charging that four former executives from General Reinsurance and one from American International Group used a bogus finite reinsurance deal to artificially inflate AIG’s reserves and financial results, and thus misled analysts and investors.

Defense attorney motions and discussion of what the judge should put in his charges are expected to delay the case going to the jury until later this week in U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.

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