Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Linkedin Last week on WRIN.tv… Monday Morning Headlines, provided by SNL Insurance, included: FSOC meeting to consider changes to SIFI designation process. MetLife taking opposition to its “premature” SIFI designation to court. The Federal Reserve is beefing up its insurance team. Lots of movement among insurance regulators at the NAIC, as well as Pennsylvania and Texas And Aon Impact Forecasting reported Nat Cat losses were at five-year low in 2014. IIS President and CEO Mike Morrissey discussed regional growth around the globe, cyber insurance, and the “reinvention” of the insurance industry Brad Kading, President & Executive Director at the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers discusses Bermuda’s recovery after 2014 hurricanes, regulation, new capital and growth. NAMIC’s President/CEO Chick Chamness reviewed the performance of Mutual insurers in 2014, regulatory standards, tort reform and more. The Institutes President and CEO Pete Miller talked about the underwriting profession of today…and his positive outlook going forward And in highlights from recent First Monday programs, Andrew Colannino, Vice President of the Property/Casualty Ratings Division, explained their “negative” outlook for the Commercial Lines segment in 2015… Vice President Rich Attanasio discusses their “Stable” outlook for Personal Lines. If you missed these…or any of our previous programs, watch them now from the WRIN.tv On Demand Library.