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The new look of Money Marketing

I am pleased to introduce this week’s resized Money Marketing and hope that you like the new look of the newspaper.

The new format is part of our commitment to deliver the best IFA business publication in the market, ensuring Money Marketing remains the number one choice among UK intermediaries by delivering top-quality editorial in a concise and compact fashion.

Our dedication to editorial excellence remains undiminished, reflected in the largest pool of talent writing for us among our peer group of trade publications.

Under John Lappin’s editorship, we continue to have the leading specialist writers in their field, providing expert insight, analysis and comment.

Complementing our in-house team of writers is an outstanding roster of contributors, bringing unrivalled expertise from their respective fields and adding to the pool of editorial excellence. We have also added a new weekly feature entitled Investment Scope, bringing together three of the top names in investment journalism with Julian Marr, Kira Nickerson and James Smith.

Editorial quality and depth are at the heart of what we do and, as we look forward to 2009, I am convinced this will continue to ensure Money Marketing maintains and increases its readership advantage over the plethora of competitor titles.

We are the clear title of choice. To underline the point, we were by far the favourite IFA publication in research conducted among the general practitioner delegates at the Pims conference this year. We promise to do our utmost to stay number one in the years to come.

David Cowan


Money Marketing


Clarity case

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Considerations for overseas workers in Germany

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