Super is for your future. Not to help the banks generate profits

The banks want to remove existing protections for workplace default funds so they can get their hands on more super.
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About the Campaign

This campaign defends the threats to retirement savings from for-profit super’s interests. Industry Super Australia is a research and advocacy body for Industry SuperFunds. ISA manages collective projects on behalf of a number of Industry SuperFunds with the objective of maximising the retirement savings of over five million industry super members. This campaign is authorised by David Whiteley, Chief Executive of Industry Super Australia, 2 Lonsdale Street Melbourne 3000.

Background Info

One Size Does Not Fit All
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news & info

13 July 2017

Industry Super Australia has produced a dark advertising campaign that attacks Australia's major banks, warning workers about the banks' lobbying efforts in Canberra. In a 45-second ad, released on Monday, the big banks are portrayed as foxes that are scratching to get into a suburban chicken coo...

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media

13 July 2017

A powerful new campaign warns industry super members and consumers of bank attempts to dismantle the model used by the most successful part of the superannuation system, and put at risk the retirement savings of milli...

30 June 2017

With new figures showing - once again - that not-for-profit industry super funds continue to outperform bank-owned funds, policy makers should start demanding answers, says Industry Super Australia (ISA). According to...

30 June 2017

The major banks raked in nearly $9 billion in fees from Australian workers' super nest eggs in 2016, new research by Rainmaker Information reveals. In return, the bank-owned super funds delivered returns of 2 per cent...

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