Hartford Funds Launches Two Multifactor Mutual Funds
Hartford Funds today announced that it has launched its first two multifactor mutual funds, the Hartford Multifactor International Fund (ticker: HMIVX) and the Hartford Multifactor Large Cap Value Fund (ticker: HMLVX).
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Mutual funds are distributed by Hartford Funds Distributors, LLC (HFD), Member FINRA. Exchange-traded products are distributed by ALPS Distributors, Inc. (ALPS). Advisory services are provided by Hartford Funds Management Company, LLC (HFMC) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Lattice Strategies, LLC (Lattice). Certain funds are sub-advised by Wellington Management Company LLP or Schroder Investment Management North America Inc. Schroder Investment Management North America Ltd. serves as a secondary sub-adviser to certain funds. Hartford Funds refers to HFD, HFMC, and Lattice, which are not affiliated with any sub-adviser or ALPS.
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