Swiss cooperative banking group Raiffeisen entered a U.S. tax settlement program in the third category, or as a bank with no criminal dealings. The Swiss bank left the programm and it didn't pay any fine, it said on Friday.
Raiffeisen, Switzerland's third-biggest bank, three years ago decided to qualify itself as one of the Swiss financial institutions that had not committed any offenses under U.S. tax law. An accord with the U.S. Department of Justice this week "creates legal certainty and ends the tax conflict without payment of a penalty", it said in a statement.
The agreement was reached more than two years after the bank first entered the program.
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