AXA Advisors Backbone: Vincent Parascandola

Vincent Parascandola is the Senior Executive Vice President at AXA Advisors, LLC. He has over 25 years of experiences with various companies and job titles all of which primed him for his current roll. He joined AXA Advisors in 2004 as a divisional president and has since worked his way up the ladder to be at the top of the company. As Senior Executive Vice President his primary responsibilities are to manage sales, recruit and retain employees, manage development, and create other experienced financial professionals.

 

Before his career with AXA Advisors he was named the President of Advantage Groups, a smaller division of AXA Equitable; created to help bring in skilled financial experts. Vincent Parascandola was also a co-manager at the New York City Metro branch of AXA. This job helped build him into the phenomenal leader that he is as he had to manage close to 400 financial experts.

 

Throughout his career Vincent Parascandola has received numerous awards. Two of them are the GAMA’s Career Development and the Master Agency Award. As if he isn’t busy with his various responsibilities, he is also a highly sought after speaker. He has spoke at a number of industry conferences including the LIMRA’s Distribution Conference and GAMA’s National LAMP conference.

 

AXA Advisors is a leading financial protection company in New York. They provide life insurance and annuity products. The company prides itself on their vast knowledge and experience which allows them to offer detailed guidance to their clients. They strive to keep their clients updated to their options at each stage of life. There are over six thousand financial and life planning professionals working for them; yet, Vincent Parascaandola is the backbone of the company; holding them up and cheering them on.

 

Vincent Parascandola holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Pace University Lubin School of Business. He returned to Pace University in 2014 to give the commencement speech to the graduating class.

 

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