Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. announced Tuesday it has completed its previously announced equity and debt offerings so that it can repay the Treasury under its Capital Purchase Program.
Hartford, which ran into problems after investments by its life operations plummeted during the 2008 financial crisis, will repurchase preferred shares it issued to the Treasury. The government bought $3.4 billion of preferred shares from the Connecticut insurance company last year.
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