Mutual fund investors in a class-action lawsuit against five mutual fund companies that permitted market timing said they will appeal their case, in which they seek $500 million to $600 million additional compensation above the $205 million restitution they got in settlements with the Ontario Securities Commission.

The ruling dismissed the investors’ claim because of those earlier settlements. The investors’ lawyer argued, however, the process for determining compensation was not transparent.

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