Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $208 million to the office of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and $17 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges that it permitted market timing in its mutual funds and that its broker/dealer allowed clients to late trade funds.

The agreement with Spitzer consists of $102 million in restitution, $20 in civil penalties and $86 in fee reductions over five years.

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