Standard Life has signed a five-year platform distribution deal with Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
The wrap will be available to RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank branch advisers as well as a non-advised D2C offering.
The in-branch service will launch in December, with the non-advised service later next year.
Customers will be able to invest in RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank investment funds using Standard Life tax wrappers, with assets being managed by Standard Life Investments.
Standard Life UK chief executive Paul Matthews said: "We are very pleased that RBS has chosen to partner with Standard Life to deliver RDR-ready financial solutions for its customers.
"This innovative partnership, for the first time, brings together [the] Standard Life wrap, and the investment expertise of Standard Life Investments.
"This agreement further enables us to capture assets across the value chain, developing innovative investment solutions for customers which are easily accessible via our platform.
"Our continued focus on customer needs and the benefit derived from our scalable business model will allow us to continue delivering value for our shareholders."
Les Matheson, managing director of products and marketing at RBS UK Retail said: "It's important for us at RBS to help our customers plan for a financially secure future. So I'm pleased we're announcing today that Standard Life will be a key component of our financial planning offering going forward.
"With Standard Life's proven capability in platforms and investment management we're well placed to help our customers with their financial planning."
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