Variable annuities with guaranteed minimum benefits (death, accumulation, income or withdrawal) represent products with complex embedded derivative structures. Determining the market values and sensitivities (‘Greeks') of these products is important in a number of contexts. However, generation of these values can be expensive to compute using the most prevalent methods in the industry.
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Calculation of variable annuity market
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