Prospectuses & Reports
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*On 10/24/16, the Schroder Funds ("Predecessor Funds") were reorganized into the Hartford Schroders Funds, that have substantially the same objectives and strategies as their corresponding Predecessor Fund.
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Summary Prospectus: A summary of a fund's full-length prospectus that provides key information potential investors should consider before making an investment decision.
Statutory Prospectus: A legal document that discloses essential information about a fund, including investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, fund manager background and other information.
Annual Report: A yearly record of a fund's financial status that includes a review of the fund's operations and various financial statements. These reports are intended for shareholders and others who have reviewed the fund's prospectus.
Semi-Annual Report: A six-month record of a fund's financial status that includes a review of the fund's operations and various financial statements. These reports are intended for shareholders and others who have reviewed the fund's prospectus.
Statement of Additional Information (SAI): A document that supplements the fund's prospectus with additional information about the fund and its operations. Also known as "Part B" of the prospectus.
XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language): is a computer language for the electronic transmission of business and financial data. Effective January 1, 2011, the SEC requires mutual funds to provide the risk/return summary section of their prospectuses to the SEC and on their websites in interactive data format using XBRL data tagging. The XBRL requirements are intended to provide investors and analysts a means to more effectively and efficiently analyze the information in the risk/return summary section of a Fund's prospectus. XBRL Documents are intended for use in applications that support that format.