The former chief executive of Finsuper, Debora Jackson, has resurfaced in a newly created role running client service for Industry Funds Management (IFM).

Jackson finished at Finsuper on June 30, 2006, when the fund merged into AustralianSuper. She then took time off to study, including an intensive primer course through IMCA for the Certified Investment Management Analyst qualification, which Jackson aims to attain by the end of this year. “;I’ve always wanted to explore the funds management side, but running a large super fund I just never got the time,”; she said. Since commencing her newly created role at IFM on December 14, Jackson is overseeing all client servicing, customer relationship management, and communications, and will perform some business development. She reports to IFM general manager Damian Moloney. “;[The client services position] is an acknowledgment that the organisation has grown over the past few years and needs a dedicated resource for marketing and communication flow to clients,”; Jackson said. An initial priority is to make IFM’s client website more interactive, Jackson said.

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