Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Linkedin WRIN.tv’s Monday Morning Headlines, compiled by SNL Insurance, is a video digest of the news you need to know about the U.S. Insurance industry. Today’s Monday Morning Headlines: U.S. regulators say international capital standard must be good for U.S. Premera Blue Cross working with FBI after cyberattack affecting 11 million NAIC keeps captive financials confidential to stem public confusion Life insurers and regulators compromise on sales illustrations for IUL policies LIMRA reports IUL premiums up in 2014, while Lifetime Guarantee ULs fell For more on the stories featured in this edition of Monday Morning Headlines, follow the links below to the full reports on SNL Insurance: ‘Team USA’ weighs in on international capital standard Cyberattackers gain access to Premera Blue Cross member data NAIC task force adopts 2015 XXX/AXXX Reinsurance Supplement proposal Life insurance industry reaches compromise on IUL illustrations imbroglio LIMRA: US individual life insurance premium climbed in ’14 Bonus Stories Louisiana Citizens Property taps Ramachandran as interim CEO Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. COO Vijay Ramachandran will lead the company as its interim CEO. David Thomas abruptly resigned after a disagreement with the board, according to state Insurance Commissioner James Donelon. Louisiana Citizens Property’s executive staff members were excluded from the meeting that culminated in Thomas’ resignation. Buffett not alone in souring on oil stocks in Q4’14 Berkshire Hathaway and other major insurers backed away from some high-profile energy stocks in the fourth quarter of 2014 as oil prices fell. Berkshire dumped all of its holdings in Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillips, and New York Life sold a large chunk of its Exxon Mobil investment. Oil prices declined again in March after seeing some rebound in February. SNL Insurance is a premier provider of insurance news, data and analysis. For more information about SNL’s insurance news coverage, visit the SNL Insurance website.