The Court hearing the criminal finite reinsurance case reported on previously has sentenced a former Gen Re executive to 2 years in prison, followed by 2 years of supervised probation, and a $200,000 fine. This sentence is substantially below federal sentencing guidelines. The Court had entered a ruling on loss calculation, victim enhancement and restitution, finding that 36 levels of enhancement are appropriate under federal sentencing guidelines, but not ordering restitution, despite finding that more than 250 investors had sustained losses aggregating $544-597 million. A sentence imposed in accordance with such a finding might be a life sentence for many, if not all, of the convicted executives. The convicted executives have submitted Supplemental Sentencing memoranda. The supplemental sentencing memorandum submitted by the recently sentenced defendant may be read here.