Donald Trump on Friday unveiled his team of economic advisers, which incorporates a strong bunch of industry executives in finance and real estate.

The list has some big Wall Street names, Trump donors and billionaires: Steven Feinberg, John Paulson, Harold Hamm, Andy Beal, Tom Barrack and Steven Mnuchin, who also serves as finance chairman for Trump. The campaign’s policy team will be led by Stephen Miller, with Dan Kowolski as deputy director. Miller was communications director for Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, an early Trump supporter.

Trump will unveil policy initiatives on Monday at the Detroit Economic Club. His plan focuses on “empowering Americans by freeing up the necessary tools for everyone to gain economically,” according to the campaign.

“For too long we have watched as President Obama and Hillary Clinton have ruined our economy and decimated the middle class,” Trump said in a statement. “I am going to be the greatest jobs president our country has ever seen.”