The Hartford Mutual Funds has added seven new funds to its offerings, the last step in integrating the funds of the former Fortis Financial Services. The Hartford bought the company roughly a year ago.

The additions include: the SmallCap Growth Fund, Growth Opportunities Fund, Value Opportunities Fund, Growth Fund, Tax-Free Minnesota Fund, Tax-Free National Fund, and the U.S. Government Securities Fund.

The Hartford Mutual Funds, a unit of The Hartford Financial Services Group, now offers 28 retail funds and has $16 billion in assets under management. The line of mutual funds was introduced in 1996.

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