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European Pensions: Europe's highly authoritative information source for pension decision makers

Pension Funds across Europe represent trillions of euros, and accurate investment and regulatory reporting has never been more crucial.

By providing readers with detailed analysis of the biggest pensions news stories to break across Europe, coupled with in-depth coverage of the most dynamic pensions and investment strategies at play from one country to the next, European Pensions is an indispensable tool for the European pensions industry looking to thrive in this evermore challenging environment.

European Pensions is published by City of London-based Perspective Publishing Limited. Other titles published by the group include the leading UK monthly title Pensions Age, management title Charity Times, technology titles Retail Systems and Financial Sector Technology, Continuity Insurance & Risk, and international market leader Cable & Satellite International.

Perspective Publishing is an independently owned firm that has been trading since 1993. Each title is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations, and we always strive to make our magazines number one in their respective markets.

At Perspective Publishing we believe the highest quality circulation is essential for any leading magazine. As such we invest heavily to continually improve and refine our data.
The print publication is produced on a bi-monthly basis, and this website is updated daily with the latest news. We also organise the European Pensions Awards, the leading sector awards rewarding excellence – see www.europeanpensions.net/awards

European Pensions is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations, with a highly targeted circulation of over 8,500. Extensive research has gone into the development and production of the magazine. Key organisations have been contacted in order to confirm the decision makers for all major pension funds and advisers across Europe, and we also have strategic agreements with several membership bodies across Europe.

Editorial Content & Format
European Pensions aims to:

* Address the major hurdles facing European pension schemes today
* Provide the essential information needed to survive this challenging environment
* Report on new and existing investment strategies at play among the leading pension funds across Europe
* Analyse the differences between countries, sectors and asset classes
* Identify the leaders in each of the respective markets
* Cover any legal and technological advancements which impact the day-to-day running of European pensions organisations
* Track the pensions development in countries new to the EU

Regulatory and legislative issues will also be tackled in great detail, with a view to helping pension funds stay compliant, while hot topics including governance, scheme design, cross-border pensions pooling and private & public sector pension reform will be covered in great depth.

Detailed news analysis will also keep readers up-to-date on the implications of the biggest pensions news across Europe, while regular interviews with key industry spokespeople - from the investment, regulatory, professional and political worlds - will aim to educate the readers about what's on the horizon in this dynamic world of pensions.

A full features list is available on request.
Contact the editor Francesca Fabrizi on Tel +44 (0) 207 562 2409
or Email francesca.fabrizi@europeanpensions.net

Podcast - The power of three: Using Common Contractual Funds to improve tax outcomes for investors
Large asset owners are still investing in equities in a way where they are taxed on their income. The implication is that they get a poorer return. They need to, and can, improve this, but how?

In this podcast, AMX Head of Client and Manager Development, Aaron Overy, and AMX Product Tax Specialist, Kevin Duggan, discuss with European Pensions Editor, Natalie Tuck, about three options to help ensure good withholding tax outcomes for institutional investors.

How the US’s robust securities law can benefit European investors
Over recent years several financial scandals have shocked investors, such as the Danske Bank money laundering case. When a scandal like this occurs, investor returns suffer, which is why many seek redress. Many European investors seek to recover assets lost as a result of securities fraud through U.S. courts, with their robust securities laws.

In this podcast, Jeremy Lieberman, Managing Partner at Pomerantz LLP, talks to European Pensions Editor, Natalie Tuck, about how European investors can use U.S. courts to recover assets lost to securities fraud and the challenges facing investors seeking compensation.
Mitigating risk
BNP Paribas Asset Management’s head of pension solutions, Julien Halfon, discusses equity hedging with Laura Blows

Europe’s pensions challenges
Francesca Fabrizi meets Matti Leppälä, Secretary General and CEO of PensionsEurope, to discuss the key aims and objectives of the association today.