Germany’s Deutsche Bank has reached a settlement -- reportedly in the tens of millions of dollars -- with hundreds of investors to whom it sold questionable legal tax shelters in the 1990s.

Deutsche hasn’t reached a final agreement with federal prosecutors and the Justice Department, but could face a criminal penalty of up to $1 billion, as well as a requirement to admit to criminal wrongdoing.

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