Vincent Parascandola is the vice president of AXA Advisors. As senior vice president, Parascandola is involved with recruiting staff to senior positions, managing sales development, and developing financial experts. Parascandola studied at Pace University where he graduated with a degree in science. Parascandola has been in the finance industry for more than 20 years.
How Did Parascandola Begin His Career?
Vincent Parascandola started his career working as an agent for Prudential in 1987. While working here, he was among the most industrious employees. His impressive work was recognized through the “National Rookie” award. Parascandola moved to Mony Life Insurance Company in 1990 where he worked until 2004 when he left to join AXA Advisors. His first job at AXA was as chair of the “Advantage Group”. He was later assigned to the role of divisional president before climbing to the position of senior vice president. Parascandola has been behind the registration of over 5,350 representatives. His registration is 17 years old. Over the years, Parascandola has dedicated himself to training new professionals, recruiting fresh graduates who are keen on starting their careers, and boosting the productivity of organizations.
AXA was established in 1816, a time when it went by the name “Ancienne Mutuelle”. AXA made world history by becoming the first insurance firm ever to experience a 14% growth in a short duration. In the following years, the company grew from an underdog to one of the most prosperous brands in the financial industry. In fact, in 2016, it was ranked among the three top financial service firms in the world.
AXA has branches in different corners of the world including the U.S., Middle East, Asia, and Africa. AXA’s main services include investment management, global insurance, and public advisory services. These services are aimed at enabling their clients to live more fulfilled lives with the knowledge that their future is secured. AXA also engages in philanthropic activities. In 2008, AXA created the AXA Research Fund. The €100 million fund was set up to support studies involving prevention of activities that pose a high risk to human life and the society at large.