Vincent Parascandola is a competent finance specialist who has been serving the sector for about two and a half decades now. He presently works as a senior executive vice president of the AXA Advisors. His position at the enterprise makes him in charge of hiring and training administrators, bettering the skills of finance professionals, and retention. Parascandola has acquired a lot of experience for the many years that he has been working for the sector. He got his first job at the Prudential, where he was an agent as from 1987. The firm recognized him as a hard working individual and designated him as the National Rookie of the Year.
Parascandola has offered excellent services throughout his career, and he has been appreciated as a top administrator in the past. GAMA named him as the winner of two awards, which are Career Development and the Master Agency Awards. Vincent has acquired a lot of respect due to his finance knowledge and he is a sought-after speaker. He has been offering lectures at seminars that are hosted by GAMA and LIMRA. Vincent Parascandola schooled at Pace University and graduated with a degree in science.
AXA is a leading international firm that has been offering reliable insurance services for the past two centuries. The primary proficiency of the enterprise is in finance, insurance, and controlling its clients’ investments. The company has been growing across the globe, and it has had a 14 percent annual growth in the past eight years. The main regions that enterprise offers its services are North America, Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Middle East, and Africa.
AXA was initially called Mutuelle, and it began in 1816. In the past many years it has been acquiring other international companies, and this has significantly facilitated its growth. The firm is socially responsible, and in 2008 it started the AXA Research Fund to give back to the society. The organization has been supporting research undertakings that strive to address issues that affect the environment, people’s lives, and communities. The AXA Research Fund has about €100 million at its disposal, and it has facilitated about 256 research projects.