Vincent Parascandala is the Senior Executive Vice President of AXA Advisors. He is regarded by many as the frontline cheerleader of the company. He joined AXA Advisors enterprise in 2004 as a divisional president and rose through the ranks to get to where he is today.
He first served as the chairperson of a unit of the AXA Equitable called the Advantage Group before his appointment as a divisional president.
At the AXA, some of his main roles include retaining and recruiting employees, managing development, maintaining productivity and managing sales. Vincent has been in the consulting industry for over 25 years now. He is one of the most qualified people for his current position at AXA Advisors.
Before AXA, Vincent started his career at Prudential as an agent in 1987. In 1990, he joined MONY Life Insurance Company where he held a variety of management positions.
Vincent exceptional leadership skills have been acknowledged through the numerous awards he has won so far. He was the winner of GAMA’s Career Development and Master Agency Award. He was also named the Rookie of the year while at Prudential.
Another skill Vincent is popular for is his eloquence in speech. He is one of the most sort after people in industry and company conferences.
Vincent Parascandola is a Bachelor of Science degree holder from Pace University. During his Alma Mater speech, he revealed that he is returned to school.
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