Insurer to report its level of risk-based capital
1.Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, on or before March 1 of each year, each domestic insurer, and each foreign insurer domiciled in a state which does not have requirements for reporting risk-based capital, that transacts property, casualty, life or health insurance in this state shall prepare and submit to the Commissioner, and to each person designated by the Commissioner, a report of the level of the risk-based capital of the insurer as of the end of the immediately preceding calendar year. The report must be in such form and contain such information as required by the regulations adopted by the Commissioner pursuant to this section.
2.The Commissioner shall adopt regulations concerning the amount of risk-based capital required to be maintained by each insurer licensed to do business in this state that is transacting property, casualty, life or health insurance in this state. The regulations must be consistent with the instructions for reporting risk-based capital adopted by the NAIC, as those instructions existed on January 1, 1997. If the instructions are amended, the Commissioner may amend the regulations to maintain consistency with the instructions if the Commissioner determines that the amended instructions are appropriate for use in this state.
3.The Commissioner may exempt from the provisions of this section:
(a)A domestic insurer who:
(1)Does not transact insurance in any other state;
(2)Does not assume reinsurance that is more than 5 percent of the direct premiums written by the insurer; and
(3)Writes annual premiums of not more than $2,000,000.
(b)A prepaid limited health service organization that provides or arranges for the provision of limited health services to fewer than 1,000 enrollees.
4.As used in this section, “prepaid limited health service organization” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 695F.050.
Section 681B.550 — Insurer to report its level of risk-based capital; regulations; exemptions.,