LEI responds to media reports

Company says it referred Stewart's file note to police in same month it was brought to board's attention, will defend class action.

Leighton Holdings (LEI) has responded to media coverage of corruption allegations, saying the news stories contain "inaccuracies" and the company's board and management condemn any form of corrupt or fraudulent behaviour, as the group was hit with a fresh class action.

In a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange, Leighton said it takes exception to the "sweeping criticisms" of its governance structures, processes and integrity.


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