Definition of embedded value
In life insurance, embedded value is the present value of all the in-force policies at a point in time. Using assumptions for the drivers of future income and expenses, (including the level of future investment returns, expenses, surrender levels and mortality) a profile of the future cash flows for each contract can be estimated. These cash flows are then discounted back to present day values to give a new business profit.
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