Advertising in European Pensions

Produced in high quality perfect bound format, European Pensions looks very different to other titles in the sector. By having the latest design and clear presentation, this will give advertisements the best possible setting.

A full features list is available on request (contact the editor Francesca Fabrizi) but if you are planning your campaign around specific themes, please contact the advertising team so we can arrange a bespoke proposal.

Advertising Rates*
Advertising can be booked and invoiced in Euros, Sterling or US Dollars. Advertising Agency discount is 15%.

Full page: € 11400 / £7,500 / $14,800
Half page: € 6835 / £4,500 / $8,900
Quarter page (strip or traditional): € 4560 / £3,000 / $5,900
Focus Feature sponsorship: € 22.800 / £15,000 / $29,600
Supplement sponsorship (inbound or 16pp outbound): € 29635 / £19500 / $38500

Discounts of 15% apply for series of 3 consecutive insertions or more
Discounts of 30% apply for series of 6 consecutive insertions or more
A minimum of 6 weeks written notice is required for cancellation of advertising. Cancellation is at the discretion of
the Publisher.

How would you like to reach your customers?
As well as advertising in the magazine, European Pensions offers:

* Sponsored Focus Features and Supplements
* Roundtables
* Website advertising
* Conferences
* Awards
* Email newsletters

For details on any of these please contact the advertising team.

Daniel Torelli:
Tel. +44(0)20 7562 4382

Camilla Capece:
tel: +44 (0) 207 562 2425

Please click here to download a European Pensions media pack.

*Please supply advertisements as high resolution PDFs, and email to the advertising team.
Type area is 245x180mm, Trim is 271 x 204 mm, Bleed is 277 x 210 mm.

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.