New Advisor Expands Talent, Services At True North Advisors At Raymond James

Monday, February 10, 2020
Jim Coltrin, CFP and Andy Bailey, CFP, the managing partners of True North Advisors at Raymond James, announced the group has added Sandy Chambers Dittus, CFP of Chattanooga to its ranks.

The managing partners said, “We are very excited to add Sandy to the team because she has the experience and work ethic to continue serving our clients here in Chattanooga and the surrounding community. We believe in building a team with experience and with advisors that care for their clients.”

Ms.
Chambers Dittus has previous experience in the Trust Department at Pinnacle Financial Partners, FSGBank and Pioneer Bank/First American Bank/AmSouth Bank. She organized the trust department at FSGBank in 2004. She also worked at Raymond James and in public accounting in the tax department of Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Ernst & Young.

Ms. Chambers Dittus has a BBA in accounting and a master of accountancy from the University of Georgia in Athens, Ga. She holds a CFP, a CPA certificate in Tennessee and Georgia and AEP (Accredited Estate Planner). Ms. Chambers Dittus is a past president of the Estate Planning Council of Chattanooga, Chattanooga Tax Practitioners and Kiwanis Club of Chattanooga.

Ms. Chambers Dittus joined True North Advisors at Raymond James in November 2019. She is part of a team approach to financial planning providing customized services for clients. She concentrates on comprehensive wealth management, investment management, trust and estate services.

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