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Failed industry fund merger laid bare at Royal CommissionBY KANIKA SOOD | FRIDAY, 10 AUG 2018 5:16PM
Energy Super backed down on its plan to merge with the now $14 billion Equipsuper, who wanted no union-nominated board seats for the merged fund, even though the merger would have delivered significant financial benefit to Energy Super's members, the Royal Commission heard.
Read more: Energy Super, Equipsuper, Royal Commission, Scott Wilson, Andrew Fairley, Mark Williamson, Albert Dinelli, Energy Trades Union, KPMG, Queensland Services Union
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