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Pensions Age is the leading monthly magazine for Pension Funds, Consultants and Advisors to these funds. Pensions Age (paper version) looks to give in depth analysis and commentary on the major issues affecting the UK pensions sector. Launched in 1996 the title has built up to now boast the largest circulation in the UK pensions press, of over 15,500 paper copies per month. Pensions Age is also the only title to have agreements with both the NAPF and PMI to reach all of their members. Over 22,000 copies of our digital edition also go to this key market (most readers will receive the publication in both formats).

Pensions Age also runs this leading sector website www.pensionsage.com, and an accompanying email newsletter. The website looks to break the leading news stories, and together with our newsfeed keep readers fully abreast of issues which will have an impact on their funds. The daily email newsletter has the widest reach in the sector – please contact us for current numbers.

Pensions Age also runs several events, including 2 major conferences each year, Awards ceremonies including the prestigious ‘Pensions Age Awards’ and multiple roundtables.

Pensions Age is published by Perspective Publishing Limited (www.perspectivepublishing.com) who also publish the leading pan-European journal European Pensions (www.europeanpensions.net) European Pensions also runs the successful European Pensions Awards which are held in London each year, The Irish Pensions Awards, and an Italian language product ‘Pensioni & Welfare Italia.’

For more details please contact us (see Contacts button for full details)

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