In this article, we revisit the cross-currency LIBOR Market Model armed with the technique of Markovian projection. We derive an efficient approximation for FX options and show how the FX skew can be modeled consistently with the interest rate skew in a common multifactor model.

Authors: A. Antonov and T. Misirpashaev

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