GLOBAL - On Friday, Global Pensions will launch its weekly edition, presented in the form of a digital magazine delivered to your desk.
The magazine will be produced by the experienced team who brings the monthly print edition and daily newswire including editor Alex Beveridge; deputy editor Jenny Blinch, web editor Keren Holland and reporters Heather Dale, Elizabeth Pfeuti and Andrew Sheen.
Global Pensions will continue to produce its recently re-launched monthly magazine, while its daily newswire will provide a rundown of the breaking news. All articles produced in the monthly print magazine, weekly digital edition and daily newswire will be archived on www.globalpensions.com.
A link to the e-magazine will be emailed each week to Global Pensions subscribers. For more information, contact web editor Keren Holland at [email protected] or on 0207 034 2686.
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