Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump revealed his initial list of economic advisers Friday, which includes 14 individuals from the worlds of finance and real estate.

Trump's list includes the likes of Tom Barrack, the founder of Colony Capital who spoke on the final night of the Republican National Convention, and Stephen Moore, the longtime supply-side economist who founded the Club for Growth. According to the campaign, more names will be added to the council moving forward, with the team being headed up by Stephen Miller, an adviser to the campaign.

The announcement comes only days before Trump is set to unveil his policy agenda during a speech at the Detroit Economic Club, which is set for Monday. According to the campaign's press release, Trump's speech "will focus on empowering Americans by freeing up the necessary tools for everyone to gain economically."

The Trump campaign made the announcement amid a rocky time, with a myriad of polls showing him to be trailing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by wide margins, both nationally and in state polls.

Trump's Monday speech is set for 12:00 p.m. EST.