RSA’s Irish division sufferd “significant” losses in the year’s first half, but the chief executive said the unit will remain part of the group. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

RSA Insurance Group’s Irish unit is likely to be fined following its accounting scandal last year. Group chief executive Stephen Hester said: “There w(...)

Troubled British insurer RSA has set out its plans for a fully underwritten rights issue , to raise £773 million to restore its capital posit(...)

The RSA Insurance Group has named its new CEO for its Irish unit. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

RSA Insurance Group named Ken Norgrove as chief executive officer of its Irish unit as the company seeks to recover from a scandal in Ireland t(...)

Stephen Hester, the new chief executive officer of RSA, will earn an annual salary of £950,000

RSA Insurance has hired former Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Stephen Hester to lead the UK insurer, as it seeks to put a scandal at its Irish(...)

RSA Insurance has fired two Irish executives after a PwC probe showed inaccurate financial reporting. Photo: Bloomberg

RSA Insurance has fired two Irish executives after a PricewaterhouseCoopers probe confirmed financial irregularities and “inappropriate collaboration”(...)

One analyst asked why Simon Lee’s resignation as group chief executive had been accepted, but the scandal created such difficulties for RSA, his position was probably untenable

Blame it on the Paddies, seemed to be the message yesterday from UK-based insurer RSA about the mess at its Irish subsidiary that has put a £200 milli(...)

RSA’s Irish subsidiary in  Dundrum, south Dublin, has been the focus of an investigation by PwC following the discovery of financial irregularities in November last year.

Shares in RSA Insurance rose by 2.5 per cent this morning, up to their highest level since December 11th, ahead of the delivery of a report into the (...)

RSA, Dundrum: A report says that the insurer’s Irish unit may require no further capital injections.

RSA Insurance rose by its highest rate in almost five years in London trading after a report that the insurer’s Irish unit may require no further capi(...)

The problems with its Irish unit ultimately claimed the scalp last month of Simon Lee, the former group chief executive.    Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The Central Bank as well as UK regulators will this Thursday receive a report conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoopers into the capital hole at the insurer(...)

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The agony and the ecstasy of 2013

The financial crisis has certainly taken its toll on Irish business. Businesses have been lost. People have gone bust. Reputations have been damaged. (...)