LOS ANGELES -- Home Savings of America, the nation's largest thrift, has jumped into the mutual fund business by launching a family of seven proprietary funds.

The new stock, bond, and money market funds, called the Griffin Funds, will be distributed by the $50 billion-asset thrift but managed by two outside companies.

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