To aid in the detection and prevention of insurer insolvencies:
1. The Board of Directors shall, upon majority vote, notify the Commissioner of any
information indicating any member insurer may be insolvent or in a financial condition
hazardous to the policyholders or the public.
2. The Board of Directors may, upon majority vote, request that the Commissioner order
an examination of any member insurer which the Board in good faith believes may be
in a financial condition hazardous to the policyholders or the public. Within 30 days of the receipt of such request, the Commissioner shall begin such examination.
The examination may be conducted as a National Association of Insurance Commissioners'
examination or may be conducted by such persons as the Commissioner designates. The cost of such examination shall be paid by the Association and the examination
report shall be treated as are other examination reports. Except as permitted by paragraph (c) of subsection 1 of NRS 687A.115, the Commissioner shall not release an examination report to the Board of Directors
prior to its release to the public. The Commissioner shall notify the Board of Directors when the examination is completed.
The request for an examination shall be kept on file by the Commissioner, but it shall
not be open to public inspection prior to the release of the examination report to
3. The Board of Directors may, upon majority vote, make reports and recommendations
to the Commissioner upon any matter germane to the solvency, liquidation, rehabilitation
or conservation of any member insurer. Such reports and recommendations are not public documents.
4. The Board of Directors may, upon majority vote, make recommendations to the Commissioner
for the detection and prevention of insurer insolvencies.
5. The Board of Directors shall, at the conclusion of any insurer insolvency in which
the Association was obligated to pay covered claims, prepare a report on the history
and causes of such insolvency, based on the information available to the Association,
and submit such report to the Commissioner.
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