Section 1604 of the New York Insurance Law
§ 1604. Registration.
(a) An authorized domestic insurer shall register with the superintendent within thirty days of becoming subject to registration and shall amend the registration within thirty days following any material change to the information provided in the registration. The registration shall be in such form and shall contain such matters as the superintendent prescribes. The superintendent may grant reasonable extensions of the time to register.
(b)(1) An authorized domestic insurer, other than a domestic insurer required to register as a controlled insurer pursuant to section one thousand five hundred three of this chapter, shall adopt a formal enterprise risk management function and shall file an enterprise risk report with the superintendent by April thirtieth of each year. The report shall, to the best of the insurer's knowledge and belief, identify the material risks within any subsidiary that could pose enterprise risk to the insurer.
(2) For the purposes of this article, "enterprise risk" means any activity, circumstance, event, or series of events involving one or more subsidiaries of an insurer that, if not remedied promptly, is likely to have a material adverse effect upon the financial condition or liquidity of the insurer, including anything that would cause the insurer's risk-based capital to fall into company action level as set forth in section one thousand three hundred twenty-four of this chapter, or that would cause further transaction of business to be hazardous to the insurer's policyholders or creditors or the public.