Professional Pensions today launches its revamped website.
The site has been completely redesigned after extensive consultation with the pensions industry to provide news tailored to meet each individual user’s needs.
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 unrivalled 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 here to see the changes for yourself.IFAonline
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