The commissioner shall include in a biennial report:
(a) the names of the insurers proceeded against under sections 60B.15, 60B.20, 60B.52, 60B.53, and 60B.55, and such other facts as indicate in reasonable detail formal proceedings under sections 60B.01 to 60B.61; and
(a) The commissioner shall include in the biennial report, not later than the second biennial report following the initiation of any formal proceedings under sections 60B.01 to 60B.61, a detailed analysis of the basic causes and the contributing factors making the initiation of formal proceedings necessary, and shall make recommendations for remedial legislation if any. For this purpose the commissioner may appoint and determine the compensation of a special assistant who shall be in the unclassified service, qualified to conduct the study and prepare the analysis.
(b) The commissioner shall include in the biennial report, not later than the biennial report following discharge of the receiver, a detailed study of the delinquency proceeding for each insurer subjected to a formal proceeding, with an analysis of the problems faced and their solutions. The commissioner shall also suggest alternative solutions, as well as other material of interest, for the purpose of assisting and guiding liquidators or rehabilitators in the future.
The commissioner as receiver shall make and file annual reports and any other required reports for the companies proceeded against under sections 60B.15, 60B.20, 60B.52, 60B.53, and 60B.55 in the manner and form and within the time required by law of insurers authorized to do business in this state, and under the same penalties for failure to do so.