Primary boss Peter Gregg charged over Leighton payments

Primary Healthcare managing director Peter Gregg has been charged with two counts of falsifying books and records during his time as an executive of contracting giant Leighton Holdings. If found guilty, Mr Gregg could face up to two years in prison on each charge. Fresh questions are expected to be raised about whether Mr Gregg, who has stressed his innocence, should stand aside as the managing director of Primary while the case is on foot. Former Leighton executive details corruption Former Leighton Holdings executive Stephen Sasse recounts the time he encountered a suspicious $15 million payment authorised by Leighton’s then-finance chief Peter Gregg.…
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