Bank Is Named, Fined $200K

The Bank of Montreal has been fined $200,000 for breach of federal consumer protection regulations. It is the first scofflaw to be publicly identified under a 2018 Act of Parliament to name and shame violators: “That introduces an element of accountability that did not exist before.”

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