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: IAIS Task Force on cybersecurity includes NAIC and FIO, not the Fed Courts give FSOC to respond to MetLife SIFI challenge XL CEO says size matters… Aon Benfield CEO sees broker role changing Buffet’s shareholder letter defines attributes for next Berkshire CEO More turnover at the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation For more on the stories featured in this edition of Monday Morning Headlines, follow the links below to the full reports on SNL Insurance: IAIS Financial Crime Task Force delves into cybersecurity FSOC granted extension in MetLife’s nonbank SIFI challenge XL, Aon Benfield explain why big is beautiful in insurance In annual letter, Buffett talks succession planning but names no name Florida’s P&C deputy commissioner to join insurance lobbying firm Bonus Stories Genworth slides after disclosing material weakness in internal controlsGenworth Financial, as expected, disclosed material weakness in internal controls over the implementation of its revised long-term care claim reserve assumptions. Even though management had warned investors weeks ago about that likelihood of disclosing material weakness, the insurer’s share price suffered after the announcement in its annual report on Form 10-K. Progressive seeing agency auto improvement from ‘disappointing’ 2014, CEO saysProgressive CEO Glenn Renwick seems more optimistic about the agency auto business. Rate adjustments and an improved product lineup are helping to bring in more and higher-quality business that should translate to improved financial results over the next couple of quarters, he said on a conference call. 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.