EISS has struggled in advanced talks with Cbus to create a massive $ 70b.

Embattled Industrial Fund EISS is in advanced talks with Cbus to join a $ 70 billion giant after being hit by a dissenting warning following negligent spending allegations.

The Australian Securities Regulatory Authority (APRA) has given the Energy Industries Supervision Plan (EISS) until next year to merge with the $ 6 billion transport fund TWUSuper to join the larger and better performing fund.

EISS Super and Cbus are in advanced talks to become a $ 70 billion superstar for power and construction workers. CreditTony Moore

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EISS, as well as $ 6 billion, was presented to the Construction Industry Fund Cbus last year, according to several unnamed sources, but this was rejected by the ESS administration, which had given priority to concluding a contract with TWUSuper.

“ESS says we are not interested. It does not benefit members, says one source. “Actually, the directors were not interested, they did not want to invest in the big fund. So they fought on every side. ”

Now, Cbus and EISS have reorganized the merger talks, following the collapse of the ESS CEO, Chairman and three senior directors. EISS workers have been told they will lose their jobs in the new year, and the deal has been described as “more than a merger” with Cbus.


One of the major employers of the ESS, NSW-Government has launched a bass advertisement at a number of high-powered workplaces. In the past, the bus has been absent from these workplaces, but now it is encouraging members to exchange money.

“This makes it difficult for the EISS to continue or expand their membership as a business,” another source said.

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