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# Actuarial Mathematics I MATH 3630

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UCONN
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Emiliano Valdez

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Valuing Contingent Payments Lecture Weeks 4 6 l l An introduction a Central theme to quantify the value today of a random sum of money to be paid at a random time in the future a main application is in life insurance contracts but could be applied in other contexts 0 Generally computed in two steps 0 take the present value PV random variable bTvT and Q calculate the expected value EbTvT for the average value this value is referred to as the Actuarial Present Value APV o In general we want to understand the entire distribution of the PV random variable bTvT a it could be highly skewed in which case there is danger to use expectation a other ways of summarizing the distribution such as variances and percentilesquantiles would be use u I l l l A simple illustration Consider the simple illustration of valuing a two year term insurance policy issued to age 20 where if he dies within the first year a 100 benefit is payable at the end of his year of death If he dies within the second year a 200 benefit is payable at the end of his year of death Assume a constant discount rate of 5 and the following extract from a mortality table qm 20 0001 21 0002 22 0003 Calculate the APV of the benefits I l l l Chapter summary a Life insurance a benefits payable contingent upon death payment made to a designated beneficiary a actuarial present values APV a actuarial symbols and notation o Insurances payable at the moment of death a continuous a level benefits varying benefits eg increasing decreasing o Insurances payable at the end of year of death a discrete 0 level benefits varying benefits eg increasing decreasing a Chapter 5 Cunningham et al l l The present value random variable 0 Denote by Z the present value random variable 0 This gives the value at policy issue of the benefit payment a In the case where the benefit is payable at the moment of death Z clearly depends on the timeuntil death T o It is Z bTvT where o bT is called the benefit payment function a vT is the discount function l l Fixed term life insurance 0 An n year term life insurance provides payment if the insured dies within 71 years from issue 0 For a unit of benefit payment we have 7 17 TE 7 T ITi07 Tgtn andvTiv UT T lt n o The present value random IS therefore Z 7 i and EZ 0 T gt n 7 is called the actuarial present value APV of the insurance a Actuarial notation Aim EZ f0 Uttpmpmtdt l l Rule of moments o The j th moment of the distribution of Z can be expressed as TL 71 Elzj Utjtpz ztdt eil SltthImtdt 0 0 o This is actually equal to the APV but evaluated at the force of interest 36 o In general we have the following rule of moment E Z7 M Elz 712 o For example the variance can be expressed as Varlzl aim Aim I l l l Whole life insurance 0 For a Whole life insurance benefits are payable following death at any time in the future 0 Here we have bT 1 so that the present value random variable is Z UT 0 APV notation for whole life Am EZ f0 Uttpmpmtdt o Variance using rule of moments VarZ 214m 7 Amy a Whole life insurance is the limiting case of term life insurance as 71 H 00 l I Example wk41 For a whole life insurance of 1000 on with benefits payable at the moment of death you are given 6 7 0047 0ltt 10 quot 0tgtm and 7 00ltt m WH 0mtgtm Calculate the single benefit premium for this insurance l I Pure endowment insurance 0 For an n year pure endowment insurance a benefit is payable at the end of 71 years if the insured survives at least 71 years from issue lt 0 Here we have bT 0 Tin 17 Tgt7l ilt 7 n and UT u so that the PV rv U T gt n 39 o APV for pure endowment Am 7 nEm Unnpm o Variance using rule of moments VarZ v2 an n61m 2A l I Endowment insurance 0 For an n year endowment insurance a benefit is payable if death is within 71 years or if the insured survives at least 71 years from issue whichever occurs first T U T lt n o H h b 1 d 7 ere we ave T an UT Un7 Tgtn is Z i T7 T 3 n 7 U T gt n 39 so that the PV rv c 7 1 1 o APV endowment Amm 7 Amm AIR a Variance using rule of moments VarZ 214mm 7 Amm239

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