RSM Tenon has selected Cofunds as the preferred platform for its online advice proposition and Standard Life Wrap for its full financial planning service.
The national IFA signed a deal for SEI to power its discretionary service in December 2009 and that deal remains in place.
RSM says the three platforms will be suitable for the majority of clients but it will look outside of those platforms where appropriate.
The firm currently has just over 60 private client advisers and around 15 employee benefits advisers.
RSM Tenon head of wealth management John Porteous (pictured) says: “We have spent significant time on due diligence and studying which platforms are suitable for our different client offerings. We are focused on the client proposition with these platforms underpinning that.”
Standard Life industry relationship director Don Wild says: “We are pleased to be chosen to support the RSM Tenon proposition and know the firm has worked hard over the last few months to ensure it has carried out sufficient due diligence to come up with the appropriate solution for its clients.”