(Bloomberg) A California man agreed to plead guilty to conspiring with people at Bank Leumi Le-Israel Ltd. and another Israeli bank to hide offshore accounts and income from the Internal Revenue Service, according to U.S. Justice Department court filings and a person familiar with the matter.

Zvi Sperling was accused Thursday in federal court in Los Angeles of conspiring with people at two Tel Aviv-based banks, identified only as Bank A and Bank B. The charging document, known as a criminal information, and a plea agreement filed yesterday didn’t identify the banks. Bank B is Leumi, according to the person, who isn’t authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

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