Pensions Week is the Financial Times' specialist title for the UK workplace pensions and employee benefits industries. It provides exclusive news and in depth analysis aimed at lay trustees, finance directors and pension scheme managers. It is also keenly read by scheme consultants, fund managers and lawyers.
Ian Smith, acting editor, Pensions Week
Ian oversees the writing and reporting of all news and news analysis, and has been at Pensions Week since November 2012. Previously, he was deputy editor at schemeXpert.com. He has reported on pensions and investment for FTfm and the Financial Times, and has previously completed internships at the New Statesman and Reuters.
Contact Ian on 0207 775 6707 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pippa Stephens, reporter, Pensions Week and schemeXpert.com
Pippa worked for The Times' science supplement, Eureka, before joining PW and schemeXpert.com in September 2010. She writes on a range of subjects for both the FT's UK pensions titles, specialising in legal and regulatory isses as well as the DC industry.
Contact Pippa on 0207 775 6599 or at email@example.com
Sade Laja, reporter, Pensions Week Sade previously worked for the Guardian, before joining PW in September 2012. She covers a range of topics, but focuses mainly on DC, auto-enrolment and fund management.
Contact Sade on 0207 873 4435 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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