Insight: How RSA runs its legal team

In January, after five years at RSA Insurance, Derek Walsh said he was leaving his role as group general counsel and company secretary. Walsh saw RSA through some troubled times including large losses in Ireland, stringent regulation and unprecedented levels of transactional activity but his tenure ended on a high as the UK-based general insurance company saw a 43 per cent rise in operating profit in 2015.

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