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Publisher: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: HG
In this note, we describe the payoff of Guaranteed Minimum Death Benefit options (GMDB) embedded in annuity contracts and discuss their valuation using data for the Italian male population as a case study. These put options have stochastic maturity dates due to the involuntary exercise at the moment of death. We value the GMDB as a weighted average price of a set of deterministic put options with different maturity dates, where the weights are the probability of death at every date. We take into account the mortality risk and investigate the sensitivity of the price of the option to changes in mortality probability using both deterministic and stochastic approaches.
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