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City A.M. launches Money Magazine

City A.M., London’s business paper, will today launch their new magazine, Money.

The publication is the third supplement from City A.M., and will sit alongside luxury lifestyle magazine Bespoke and property magazine Bespoke Living.

Money, edited by Tom Welsh, City A.M’s business features editor, will be targeted at self-directed investors. Editorial will focus on financial products and trends, from ISAs and pensions, to crowd-funding and other alternative forms of investment.

Annabelle Williams joins Money from Investment Week as deputy editor and the magazine will feature commentary and debate from a range of columnists including Maike Currie, deputy investment director at Fidelity. Each issue will see Currie interview a high-profile woman in the City for the new slot: ‘Ladies Who Don’t Lunch’.

Launch advertising partners for Money include Aberdeen Asset Management, Fidelity, Jupiter, Alliance Trust, HSBC and Crowd Cube.

Marc Sidwell, executive editor, City A.M., said: “A financial supplement was a natural extension for us, as our readers earn three times the national average and have shown a clear appetite for in-depth financial news and advice.”

The launch of Money is just part of a committed brand expansion for City A.M. as we approach our 10th anniversary later this year.”