(Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank’s Swiss unit agreed to pay $31 million to receive a non-prosecution agreement in a U.S. probe of banks in Switzerland that helped Americans evade taxes.

The accord announced Tuesday by the Justice Department is the third-largest of 57 reached this year with Swiss banks. The firms, which must disclose how they helped U.S. taxpayers cheat the Internal Revenue Service, have paid a total of $570.4 million.

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