RSA, Britain's largest non-life insurer, may have to raise new capital to repair the group's balance sheet after an investigation into financial irregularities at its relatively small Irish business revealed a hole in the reserves nearly three times larger than expected.
Shareholders were left reeling last Friday when the Ftse 100 company said it would have to put Â£135 million more into RSA Insurance Ireland - on top of the £70 million already injected last...
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