Nationwide has dropped JPMorgan Asset Management as a subadvisor on the $1.1 billion NVIT Multi-Manager International Value fund.
JPM was one of two subadvisors on the fund alongside Dimensional Fund Advisors.
Dimensional remains as a subadvisor but JPM has been replaced by Richmond, Virginia-based shop Thompson, Siegel & Walmsley, with the latter's Citywire + rated manager Brandon Harrell now named on the fund, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
He had manged the fund since inception.
JPMorgan is still a subadvisor on the NVIT Multi-Manager Small Cap Value fund, which it manages with Epoch Investment Partners.
Both funds are part of the Nationwide variable insurance trust and are offered through variable annuity and variable life insurance products.
Nationwide has undergone a number of changes in its third-party manager selection team of late.
In May, it lost head of manager strategies, Tom Miller, after just six months in the role when he joined Chatham Financial subsidiary, Union Square Capital Partners.
Miller had been responsible for choosing and monitoring subadvisors on the firm's mutual funds.
He was appointed to the role in September 2016, when he succeeded Mike Russo who left the firm to pursue other opportunities.
A Nationwide spokesman confirmed the contents of the filing. A JPM spokeswoman could not be reached for comment in time for publication.