Skip to main content

EISS Super merger with TWU Super ‘in neutral’

Mike Taylor11 October 2021
Australian House of Representatives

Troubled superannuation fund EISS Super has confirmed that its proposed merger with TWUSuper has been placed “in neutral”.

The newly-appointed chairman of EISS Super, Peter Tighe has today outlined the fund’s position in the wake of the departure of its previous chairman and chief executive amid a range of adverse media reports.

Giving evidence before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics, Tighe said that while the merger with TWUSuper was still a possibility, it was currently “in neutral” while the board re-evaluated the issue.

Tighe, who has previously sat on the board of big construction industry fund, Cbus, also acknowledged that consideration had previously been given to a merger with Cbus.

Mike Taylor

Mike Taylor

Managing Editor/Publisher, Financial Newswire

Subscribe to comments
Be notified of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments