Ex-CERA staffers referred to SFO over 'clear conflict of interest'

Paul McBeth
Tue, 11 Apr 2017

By Paul McBeth April 11 (BusinessDesk) - Two former Canterbury Employment Recovery Authority employees have been referred to the Serious Fraud Office after an investigation into their personal business dealings found a "clear conflict of interest" and that they may have broken the law.  The State Services Commission today released a report by former Solicitor-General Mike Heron into former CERA staffers Gerard Gallagher, Simon Nikoloff and Murray Cleverley over claims the three had a conflict of interest when they set up a private company...

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