The Senior Executive Vice President of AXA Advisors is Vincent Parascandola. He has a number of portfolios under him. He recruits individuals for the top positions here. Hence he can be considered responsible for producing and developing a number of financial professionals. He is also responsible for retention of staff. He manages all the sales developments here.
Vincent Parascandola did his graduation from Pace University where he earned a degree in Bachelor of Science. He has over twenty years of experience in the financial sector. This is why he is the right person who can head AXA Advisors and take it to right heights. He possesses all the skills that are required in order to excel in that position.
The career of Vincent Parascandola began in 1987. This was when he joined Prudential as an agent. He was awarded as the National Rookie of the year during this time. It was in 1990 that Vincent Parascandola decided to move on and join MONY Life Insurance Company in 1990. He held a number of management positions there. He moved on in 2004 to join AXA Advisors.
He was serving as the chairperson of the Advantage Group, a unit of the AXA Equitable before being appointed as the divisional President of AXA Advisors.
AXA Advisors offers financial services. These include investment management as well as global insurance. It is a reputed insurance brand worldwide. It is the only brand having a 14% growth rate. This is a company that is operating in the Asia-Pacific region, besides North America, and Western Europe along with the Middle East.
With AXA Advisors is helping families and businesses to take small manageable steps towards ensuring their financial security. This company was started in 1859. Since then, AXA Advisors has been offering reliability as well as stability to their clients so that they can lead a peaceful life as they know that their future is well-protected.
This is a company that takes a lot of philanthropic as well as artistic initiatives in order to help research being done to elevate human suffering. In 2008, the AXA Research Fund was created in order to fund such research.