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, which The Hartford acquired a year ago.

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 Hartford Mutual Funds first introduced its line of mutual funds in 1996.

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

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