Vincent Parascandola’s Contributions to AXA

Vincent Parascandola is the incumbent senior executive vice president of AXA Advisors – a financial company that works with Individuals to provide valuable insights about how to manage their money. Vincent has over 25 years’ experience in the sector.

 

He is responsible for the growth of over 225 financial professionals in central New Jersey. His job also involves recruitment and training of new advisors to the company and maintaining the appropriate profit margins through constant sales growth.

 

Vincent Parascandola went to Xaverian High School and later joined Pace University where he attained a Bachelor of Science degree. After college, Vincent’s first job was at Prudential, where he served as an agent. This position helped his get recognized as the ‘National Rookie of the Year.’ In 1990, He accepted a job offer fat MONY Life Insurance Company where he has since held different local and regional management roles. He moved to AXA Advisors in 2004.

 

In his career, Mr. Parascandola has received many awards. He won the ‘Development and Master Agency’ Awards by GAMA. He also engages people as a speaker. He takes part in many industry conferences like the LIMRA’S distribution conferences.

 

 

About AXA

AXA is a leading multinational insurance company with its headquarters in France. The company offers many services including investment management, insurance, and other related services. The enterprise has a presence in the Middle East, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific region, North America, Western Europe and Africa.

 

AXA Advisors is a subsidiary of AXA. Other subsidiaries include Alliance Bernstein, AXA Equitable Life Insurance, US Financial Life, MONY and AXA Network. AXA Advisors’ is tasked with securing its client’s finances.

 

AXA Advisors was founded by Henry Hyde in 1859 after leaving the New York’s Mutual Life Insurance Company. Today, AXA is respected as the world’s first insurance brand for eight years in a row.

 

The AXA brand is linked to many philanthropic gestures like the creation of the AXA Research Fund in 2008, which has supported over 250 research projects.

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