Vincent ‘Vinny’Parascandola has a unique set of skills and experience that set him apart from the rest of the crowded and highly competitive field of competitors. His close to three decades of experience working at some of the biggest companies in the financial services industry has equipped him excellent estate planning and asset management skills. This has enabled him take on high profile and high-income earning clients. His reputation as a financial advisor of choice for many high profile investors has also been cemented by his outstanding skills in financial services and retirement planning. However, his long stay in the industry was first founded during the four years he spent studying at Pace University.Vinny graduated at the university’s Lubin School of Business with a degree in computer science with specialization in computer analytics.
Towards AXA Group’s Leadership Helm
Over the last twelve years, Vincent Parascandola‘s name has become synonymous with the operational and financial success at AXA Group. This is because during this period he has held several senior executive positions at the financial services provider, its affiliates or subsidiaries. He first joined the Group in 2005 as a senior vice president at AXA Equitable. He worked at the AXA Group’s affiliate for close to three years before serving as president for another year at AXA Advantage. He left the AXA Equitable’s subsidiary to join serve as the president of AXA Equitable’s Northern Division. After a year, he moved to its Continental Division as president. He oversaw operations in various offices across the region while managing the resources effectively. His three year presidency was also marked by additional duties as the chief sales officer. Following his excellent leadership, which was marked by an increase in the profitability of the 46 branches under his division, Vincent Parascandola was appointed to his current position as the senior executive vice president of AXA US.
Other Career Profiles
Vincent Parascandola first joined the financial services industry in 1986 at Irving Trust Company as a systems analyst. He served as an insurance agent at Prudential Insurance for two years before taking up a financial professional position at The MONY Group. By the time he left the company in 2005 to join AXA Equitable, he had served in various positions at the company including field vice president.