Tammy Dimond

Tammy Dimond
Financial Planner & Director

Tammy is a Chartered Financial Planner and Director. Her role is to work with the team to create personalised strategies for clients, helping them to become financially secure in the first instance, before showing them how, with financial guidance, they can enjoy the rest of their lives without undue worries.

Tammy enjoys working closely with clients, preparing for the Comprehensive Planning meetings and ensuring there are effective strategies in place.

Tammy is extremely well qualified, as a Fellow of the CII and CISI. She is a much-valued member of the team; a master at applying knowledge to real life situations to advise clients of all their options.

When not at work, Tammy can be found walking her dog, Eros, at the gym, paddle boarding with her fiancé, or on the back of his motorbike!

Don’t plan to invest, invest in planning

It’s a tremendous reassurance to know that Gary and his team have such a firm understanding of our financial wishes.   The care they show in all our dealings with them is enormously impressive – in creating a life plan, in explaining their recommendations, in discussing our reactions and in implementing our decisions! We would have no hesitation in recommending Blue Sky to anyone!

Mr & Mrs Nunn


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