Successful business entities require dedicated leadership, mentorship of young professionals, customer centered operations, and market oriented products, a workable strategy and a business plan. At AXA Advisors, Vincent Parascandola has been instrumental in the realization of the company’s objectives. AXA Group is a respectable financial company that specialize on wealth management and financial protection services.
Vincent is an alumnus of Xaverian High School class of 1979, and he later joined the Pace University- Lubin School of Business in the Greater New York City Area and graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) in 1983. His career began as a systems analyst at Irving Trust Company in 1986, and two years later he joined Prudential Insurance as an agent where he received the National Rookie of the Year award. In 1990 he joined The MONY Group as a financial professional, and within a span of 15 years, he rose through the ranks in different managerial positions starting from the sales manager, managing director and finally field vice president of the group.
Vincent left The MONY Group and in May 2005 he joined AXA Equitable as the executive vice president and later he was appointed as the president of the Advantage Group and president of the Northern Division of AXA Equitable. Through his committed and excellent performance, he was appointed as the president, Continental Division of AXA Equitable where he was in charge of branch offices in California, Hawii and the Northeast part of the country.
Three years later he became the chief sales officer and president – Continental Division of AXA Equitable and in October 2004 he became the senior vice executive president of the same company where he currently works. His responsibilities include; recruiting and training new advisors of the firm, growth and development of over 255 financial professionals in New Jersey.
Vincent Parascandola has over 25 years ‘of experience in the financial sector and he is the driving force behind the tremendous performance of the firm. Under his leadership at AXA Advisors, the retail’s division of AXA Group, it has expanded its branches to about 43 branches around the country and he has contributed immensely tothe Group’s non-banking assets valued at $1.5 trillion.