UK - Professional Pensions, Global Pensions' sister publication covering the UK market, today launches its revamped website - www.professionalpensions.com.
All news is divided into sections, each with their own homepage - Administration and Technology, Legislation, Employee Benefits and Investment; the Investment section is further subdivided into Bulk Annuities, Defined Benefit, Defined Contribution, and Mandates, meaning users can go straight to the area most relevant to them.
A more comprehensive overview is available through the site's front page and a daily email alert, which will collate stories from all sectors.
As well as its news coverage, the site includes a range of other features. The PPTV section hosts several video interviews with key industry figures and the first Professional Pensions Pensions Review, where a panel boasting Ros Altmann, Alan Pickering and Terry Faulkner debate the issues affecting the UK pensions market.
Professionalpensions.com will also encourage user involvement, offering a discussion board and the option for registered users to comment on any story as well as a range of industry-specific blogs and polls.
The live news updates will be complimented by a comprehensive archive of features and supplements from Professional Pensions' print edition, so users will automatically have access to a back catalogue of the market's leading pensions title.
And for any users in need of a break from the world of pensions, professionalpensions.com has the 'Coffee Lounge' area, containing a host of games, puzzles and tests to distract and divert busy minds.
Log on to www.professionalpensions.com to see the changes for yourself.
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