Last month, the Board of Trustees of the Huntington Funds voted to close and liquidate the Huntington Macro 100 Fund, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

“This decision was made after careful consideration of the fund’s asset size and prospects for future growth,” the filing stated.

The fund, which began trading in April 2004, managed $50 million as of Oct. 12. The 3-star rated fund, which carried an expense ratio of 146 basis points, according to Morningstar, will be liquidated on December 10.




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