NEW YORK - Several defendants in the Bank of Credit and Commerce International corruption case have paid $225 million as part of an agreement with New York State authorities, the Manhattan District Attorney's Office announced.

The payment was made on behalf of Khalid bin Mahfouz, former chief operating officer of the National Commercial Bank of Saudia Arabia; Haroon Kahlon, a former executive of that bank; and Eastbrook Inc., a New York-based financial firm.

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