According to court documents filed on Friday, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has agreed to refund $550,000 of donations it received shortly before FTX collapsed in November.

Court document states that the museum has agreed to refund the payments made by FTX’s U.S. subsidiary West Realm Shires Services in March and may last year in full, without any further litigation.

The filing from FTX stated that “The Met wants to return the Donations back to the FTX debtors, and both the FTX debtors and the Met are engaged in good-faith, arms’ length negotiations regarding the return.” A repayment must be made within a month after judicial approval.

Sam Bankman Fried, FTX founder and former CEO, was a proponent of Effective Altruism. He used funds raised by FTX to support various worthwhile causes. Under new management, the estate wants to recover donations made by the business to pay creditors. This includes political contributions.

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Sandali Handagama is the editor.