NSSA board chairperson, Robin Vela THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has tabled a plan to fire three Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) board members, a week after it increased its shareholding in the country’s second largest hotel chain to 60 percent, The Financial Gazette established this week. The three board members represent the interests of British investor, Nicholas van Hoogstraten, the second largest shareholder with about 33 percent stake. NSSA, which held a 40 percent stake in RTG, increased its shareholding to 60 percent after buying a 19,95 percent shareholding previously held by First Mutual Holdings Limited (FMHL). NSSA is a 51 percent shareholder in FMHL. The statutory pension fund is believed to have spent an…