Lakeland

 Vision

To become a world class financial  team of professionals focused on client advocacy and dedicated to exceeding and redefining industry standards.

 

Financial Services Representative Tim Conti and the Lakeland team enjoy providing solutions to business owners and individuals in advanced concepts of business succession, estate & legacy planning, and retirement  planning. We are honored to serve greater Polk County and the surrounding areas in central Florida.

Tim Conti is an alumnus of the University of Florida with degrees in Finance and Economics. He also holds the Charter Financial Consultant and Chartered Life Underwriter designations from the American College. He began his career with MetLife shortly after graduating from UF and has served the community in the financial services industry with MetLife for over 20 years. Tim recently became part of a very select group, honored by earning the "Lifetime President's Conference" member status with MetLife. He is also a perennial MDRT (Million Dollar Round Table) qualifier.

His most recent project includes an alliance with Pilot Bank that has branch locations in Lakeland and throughout the Tampa area.  He is pleased to be providing financial and advisory services to the banks many customers and employees.

Tim Conti participates in community education with financial seminars held at Florida Southern College and Southeastern University. Tim has broadcasted his own financial radio show on Talk 1430 - WLKF and is known as the “Voice of the Dreadnaughts” for Lakeland High School football games.

Tim along with his wife, Melissa, and their two children, Olivia and Amanda, are very active in their local church and community. They attend the First Baptist Church at the Mall in Lakeland, Florida.

Tim's mission is to provide financial strategies with purpose by communicating financial education.

MetLife is not an affiliate of Pilot Bank. Insurance and Investment products are not FDIC insured and are not deposits or other obligations of or guaranteed by any bank, and are subject to risk, including the possible loss of principal.