Skandia has announced the full list of funds which will make up its Select range, following months of negotiations with fund groups.
The Select list - the group's play in the restricted advice market - contains funds from a narrow list of providers, and is a move away from the traditional Skandia platform which offers more than 1,000 funds.
Investment Week, IFAonline's sister title, has already exclusively named the major fund groups which had made it through the beauty parade, with well-known groups such as Schroders, Aberdeen, Fidelity and Henderson all making it on to the panel.
Parent company Old Mutual's asset management arm - Old Mutual Global Investors - is also among the managers which made the list.
However, the group itself - headed by Old Mutual Wealth CEO Paul Feeney (pictured) - has now revealed in full the list of funds which will be included.
All the funds will be branded with the Old Mutual name before their original titles, with Jenny Jones' Schroder US Mid Cap fund becoming the Old Mutual Schroder US Mid Cap fund, for example.
In total Skandia has unveiled 23 sub-advised funds from the ten external fund groups it recently signed up as partners.
The new funds replicate the investment strategies of the existing managers retail funds.
The new funds will launch in tranches over the coming months as Skandia moves to prepare its new proposition for completion by the end of 2013, it said.
Click here for the full list of funds which will feature on the Select list.
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