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: Cincinnati Insurance Co. criticizes IAIS capital standards California Insurance Dept. warns insurers against price optimization FEMA steps in on allegations vs. insurers over Sandy claims Progressive posts first increase in agency auto business since March 2014 Fairfax to buy Brit to increase position in Lloyd’s market Former Executive Chair of The Hartford dies shortly after stepping down For more on the stories featured in this edition of Monday Morning Headlines, follow the links below to the full reports on SNL Insurance: US P&C industry lays into IAIS capital standards California Insurance Department bans price optimization An inflection point in Progressive’s agency auto business? Fairfax Financial making specialty insurance play with £1.12B bid for Brit Plc The Hartford’s ex-CEO McGee dies Bonus Stories Berkshire continued to stock up on Visa, MasterCard in Q4’14 Berkshire Hathaway filed the SEC document revealing details about certain fourth-quarter stock investments. Berkshire again added to its positions in payment processors Visa and MasterCard. Berkshire decreased its exposure to Bank of New York Mellon, selling 1,365,000 shares in the fourth quarter. 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.