March 18, 2015: Cyclone Nathan Targets Australia, Charman Backs Bermuda Tax

Chris Westfall
Chris Westfall

Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today

Japanese Tsunami Debris Still Washing on U.S. Shore


About one million tons of debris was still lingering in the Pacific Ocean four years after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake.

Tropical Cyclone Nathan: Storm Intensifies to Category Three, May Cross Coast as a Four

ABC News

Tropical Cyclone Nathan has been upgraded to a category three storm and is expected to make landfall as a category four system on Friday.

Severe Solar Storm Bathes Northern Skies in Dazzling Green Auroras

Washington Post

The storm had the potential to affect power grids, high-frequency communications and satellite operations.

A 3D View Inside the Earth’s Liquid Core, Based On Earthquakes 


Every so often, earthquakes remind us that the solid ground beneath our feet can tremble and shake like rock jello.

Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today

Cyclone Pam: The Pacific Needs a Climate Insurance Scheme

The Conversation

Some small island nations have tried to take matters into their own hands.

Swiss Re Proposes to Return CHF 2.5 Billion to Shareholders

Swiss Re

“For some time now we have seen a trend of Swiss Re’s economic value significantly exceeding its market value.”

CEO States the Case for Corporate Tax

Royal Gazette

John Charman says a corporate tax in Bermuda is inevitable.

A Comprehensive Guide to India’s New Insurance Laws


After nearly 13 years since the last amendment to India’s insurance laws there has finally been a breakthrough.