ASIC takes Primary Health boss to court

Shares in Primary Health Care have dropped as its chief executive is facing allegations of falsifying accounts during his time as an executive at construction firm Leighton Holdings. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission alleges Peter Gregg twice breached the section of the Corporations Act relating to falsification of books while at Leighton in 2011, and has handed him a court attendance notice. In a statement issued by his lawyers, Mr Gregg denies that he breached any civil or criminal law, and said he will be seeking to have the notice heard as a matter of urgency. Primary Health Care,…
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