COURT ORDERS BMO SUBSIDIARIES TO PAY BACK $102.9 MILLION IN UNDISCLOSED FEES

The order, which the bank intends to appeal, is the result of a class action lawsuit brought against BMO Nesbitt Burns, BMO InvestorLine Inc., and BMO Trust Company

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