Will shar[e]ing in RSA's success be enough for Haste to stay?
If rumours are to be believed then RSA group CEO Andy Haste is a wanted man.
When any top insurance job comes up, he is inevitably linked with it. And RSA's bid for Aviva's UK, Irish and Canadian assets was seen by some commentators as a calculated move to keep him interested in the business by realising a dream of running an even larger group.
Of course this came to nothing, but if evidence was needed of how much RSA wants to keep Mr Haste then the publication of the insurer's 2010 report and accounts this week offers proof.
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