Prudential has added a further 13 funds to its investment bond and pension range, including seven from its investment arm M&G.
Of the seven, the majority are equity-based portfolios, including Tom Dobell's Recovery fund, Graham French's Global Basics, Simon Murphy's UK Growth and Mike Felton's UK Select.
Also available are the Global Leaders and American funds, both run by Aled Smith, plus Richard Woolnough's Strategic Corporate Bond vehicle.
In terms of external fund links, the group has added two European portfolios in the form of Artemis European Growth, run by Philip Wolstencroft and Peter Saacke, and Richard Pease's New Star European Growth.
Other additions are Axa Framlington's UK Select Opportunities, run by Nigel Thomas, Mick Brewis' Baillie Gifford American, Old Mutual Japanese Select, under Les Jones, and Paul Read and Paul Causer's Invesco Perpetual Corporate Bond.
Bringing the total range available to 65, the funds will be accessible via Prudential's Flexible Investment Plan in addition to the Flexible Retirement and Premier Pension schemes.
The funds are open for new business illustrations from 19 June.
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