Vincent Parascandola is the Senior Executive Vice President of AXA Advisors, LLC. He holds the responsibility for the management development, for sales, retention and recruiting, the productivity and the efficiency of the company as well as the finance. He has been a part of the industry for more than 25 years. Vincent Parascandola graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science from Pace University in New Work City. He recently held a commandment speech at the Pace University to the graduates of 2014. It was a rousing speech that inspired many.
His career started with his position of an agent at the company Prudential in 1987. He was successful and received the title National Rookie of the Year. After that, he worked at MONY Life Insurance Company in 1990. He occupied positions in regional and local field management. In 2004 Vincent Parascandola joined AXA Advisors. At first, Vincent Parascandola was part of a unit of AXA Equitable and worked as a divisional president. AXA Equitable is responsible for the recruitment of financial professionals versed in their line of work. Vincent Parascandola excelled in his leadership skills and received recognition through a large number of management awards that he has received throughout his career in management. Some of the awards he received include GAMA’s Career Development and Master Agency Awards. Vincent Parascandola has been invited to speak at a long list of events and industry conferences.
AXA Advisors, LLC, is a French company that works with multinational insurance. It is a part of AXA Group which offers financial protection. AXA Advisors, LLC, has its headquarters located in Paris. AXA Group has offices in North America, the Middle East, Western Europe, the Asia-Pacific region as well as in some part of Africa. The AXA Group is a conglomerate of a number of independent businesses, and each operates according to the laws of the country it is located in. The company is one of the many components of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index. In 2011 AXA Group was actually the second most powerful corporation of transnational character in terms of its ownership as well as corporate control.