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The new-look MM is ringing the changes

Money Marketing is celebrating its 20th anniversary and this week launches its new design.

MM is already the number one choice of the financial services industry. But we were determined to make it fresher, more modern and easier to navigate, making it even more of a must-read for retail financial services professionals.

The consultants for the redesign were Belknap+Co, whose philosophy is design should emphasise the content without getting in its way.

News has been made more punchy, with clear signposts to help you find the stories you want to read, while retaining our commitment to hard-hitting journalism.

Our market-leading col-umnists have been given a higher profile and regulars such as the Brief series have a new brand identity. The redesigned features section brings in-depth analysis of the industry’s big issues.

MM2 has been created as the section where you can find your technical and data information, as well as product reviews, recruitment and business to business services.

Money Marketing always strives to put its readers first and we hope our new look meets with your approval.

Patrick Ponsford, PublisherJohn Lappin, Editor

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