Kickbacks in the printing industry – not unique

Melbourne commercial printer, Finsbury Green, has suspended Brett Chalmers and Stephen Kernahan in the wake of revelations that Docklands Press and Waratah Group, of which they were both shareholders, paid $3000 in secret monthly kickback payments to the father of a World Vision employee in exchange for a lucrative print deal.

Both Chalmers and Kernahan, a former AFL player, began working for Finsbury Green four months ago after Waratah Group was put into administration in November 2019, owing multiple millions of dollars.

Finsbury Green purchased the client list off the Waratah Group administrators and also employed some staff, including Chalmers and Kernahan.

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