Vincent Parascandola is a well-informed and experienced finance professional who currently works for the AXA Advisors. He is the company’s senior executive deputy president and his roles in the enterprise include retention, recruitment and development of administrators, and coaching finance professionals. Parascandola has built his profession for the past 25 years and has gained a lot of skills about the sector. He was first employed in 1987 by Prudential, and he served the firm as an agent. Vincent offered outstanding service to the enterprise, and this made him be rewarded as a National Rookie of the Year.
Vincent Parascandola has always been devoted to being a remarkable administrator. In the past years, he has been recognized by GAMA, which has offered him the Career Development and the Master Agency Awards. Vincent has excellent skills in the industry and is a highly respected and sought after speaker. He has been invited to offer talks at events such as the LIMRA’s distribution conferences. Parascandola is an alumnus of the Pace University and holds a degree in science.
AXA is one of the top multinational firms that have majored in the provision of insurance services. The fields that it has specialized in include insurance, finance, and management of investments. It has been regarded as the leading insurance firm for the past eight years and has a 14 percent annual growth. The client base of the enterprise is mainly located in North America, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East.
The company has been in existing since 1816, and it was initially known as Mutuelle. The firm has acquired and merged with various other companies to ensure its international growth. AXA has also been recognized due to its willingness to give back to the society. The enterprise founded the AXA Research Fund in 2008 to facilitate research undertaking on factors that can threaten the environment, human life, and the society. The fund was offered €100 million, and it has supported 256 research projects in the past three years. AXA Research Fund has also provided millions of euros to support research in organizations such as University of Bristol, LSE, MetOffice, and HEC Paris.