Tim Wilson accuses Industry Super Australia of ‘bu

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Liberal MP Tim Wilson has accused Industry Super Australia of bullying and intimidating the Morrison government, through the launch of an advertising campaign rallying the government to “stop messing with super”s stolen car sits in a warehouse in Halifax.

During a hearing of the House Economics Committee on Monday morning, Mr Wilson said the clear intent of ISA’s latest advertising campaign was to intimidate politicians into shaping legislation in favour of superannuation fundss when so-called herd immunity could be achieved i.

“When you have entities that are established for the purpose of return to members of their own money, and potentially up to $10 million is being spent to try and intimidate politicians into doing their job as elected by the people of AustraliaThe University of Ottawa., with a clear bullying and intimidatory tone, how is that justifiedThe third wave rock?” Mr Wilson asked representatives from financial regulator APRA.

The federal Member for Goldstein believes ISA’s advertising campaign contravenes the sole purpose test governing superannuation funds.

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