Introducing Jamie Baccus

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When Jamie Baccus’s daughter was young, she helped her begin to understand money and budgeting with an allowance and conversations about spending and saving. Now that Anna is a senior in high school, helping children and young adults become financially literate has become a “passion project,” and is one of a long list of jobs Jamie will take on in a new position at Telarray.

Baccus, who joined the firm in July, will serve as Vice President of Reporting, working with Melinda Gunn, Senior Vice President of Reporting. Baccus has deep experience in many parts of the investment industry, including areas of reporting, compliance, fund accounting and trading. From supervising individuals to running special projects, her background incorporates a diverse range of skills in back-office operations. She has worked for Southeastern Asset Management, White Bison Capital, and, most recently, Green Square Capital Advisors as Director of Financial Reporting.

“I haven’t been at Telarray long,” said Baccus, “but it’s easy to see that the firm is a well-oiled machine, with well thought-out processes and a great team. I am eager to learn more about our systems and clients in my new role.”

“Jamie has broad experience in immensely complex financial situations, which speaks directly to what we do here at Telarray,” said Richard Paessler, President. “She brings a new skill set that is a great fit for us, today and in the future.”

Jamie is a CPA and earned a Bachelor’s in Business Administration at Auburn and a Masters in Accounting at the University of Alabama. She and her family live in Collierville, where Jamie is on the Board of Directors at New Day Children’s Theatre.


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