Pension plan asset valuation

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Owadally, M. I; Haberman, S.;
  • Publisher: (Society of Actuaries, Schaumburg, Illinois, USA)
  • Subject: HF

Various asset valuation methods are used in the context of funding valuations. The motivation for such methods and their properties are briefly described. Some smoothed value or market-related methods based on arithmetic averaging and exponential smoothing are considere... View more
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