JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the U.S. Virgin Islands on Tuesday announced that they have reached a $75 million settlement to resolve claims related to the late financier Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking scheme, weeks before trial was set to begin in the Southern District of New York.

The settlement includes a $30 million payment by the bank to support USVI charities related to human trafficking and sex crimes, $25 million to support anti-trafficking efforts by law enforcement in the USVI and $20 million in attorney fees.