Consider a currency swap where interest in British pounds at the rate of 3% is paid and interest on euros at 2% is received. The British pound principal is 1.0 million pounds and the euro principal is 1.1 million euros. The most recent exchange has just occurred and the interest is exchanged every six months. There are two years are remaining in the life of the swap. The current exchange rate is 1.15 euro/pound. The risk-free rates in pounds and euros are 2.5% and 1.5%. Value the swap by considering it as the difference between two bonds. All rates are compounded semi-annually.