Detection and prevention of insolvency: Powers of Commissioner.
To aid in the detection and prevention of insurer insolvencies:
The Commissioner may:
Notify the insurance commissioners of the other states and territories of the United States and of the District of Columbia when the Commissioner revokes or suspends a license, or when the Commissioner makes any formal order that a company restrict its writing of insurance, obtain additional contributions to surplus, withdraw from the State or reinsure any part of its business or any other account for the security of policyholders or creditors.
Report to the Board of Directors any action set forth in paragraph (a) and the receipt of a report from another insurance commissioner indicating that the action has been taken elsewhere. The report shall contain all significant details of the action taken or the report received.
Report to the Board of Directors when the Commissioner has reasonable cause to believe from any examination of any member insurer, whether completed or in process, that the member insurer may be insolvent or in a financial condition hazardous to the interests of policyholders or the public.
Furnish to the Board of Directors the early warning tests developed by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. The Board may use the information furnished to carry out its duties. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 239.0115, the report and the information contained therein is not a public record and shall be kept confidential by the Board of Directors until it is made public by the Commissioner or other lawful authority.
The Commissioner may seek the advice and recommendations of the Board of Directors concerning any matter affecting the duties and responsibilities of the Commissioner relating to the financial condition of member insurers and of insurers seeking admission to transact business in this State.