UK – The latest edition of ‘Pensions Funds and their Advisers’ – the “Blue Book” - has been published by AP Information Services in association with the National Association of Pension Funds.

The book is now in its 26th edition. It provides listings of 2,500 major UK pension funds, including over 850 NAPF pension fund members and more than 1,150 current suppliers and advisers to the UK’s pension fund sector.

It also provides access to the most active buyers within UK pension funds, commanding total assets of over £725bn.

New to the directory this year are adviser league tables, which cover investment managers and advisers, actuaries and pension fund consultants, and solicitors.

All NAPF pension fund members will receive a free copy of the directory. The book will continue to be sold to NAPF business members.

“’Pension Funds and their Advisers’ remains the source for in-depth information on the UK‚s major pension funds and those who manage them,” said AP’s Debbie Robel.

“It’s the perfect tool for those who target active buyers within the UK pensions sector, and for those companies that want to research their market and that of their competitors to give themselves the leading commercial edge.

“It is also a vital directory for NAPF pension fund members to keep up to date with other pension funds and where they are investing, as well as providing pension fund managers with accurate details on advisers and suppliers.”

Pensions Funds and their Advisers 2006 costs £295 and can be ordered online at It’s also online at

AP and IPE International Publishers’ joint venture Aspire publish ‘International Pension Funds and their Advisers’.