A Company With A Long History Of Success

By | January 18, 2017

The AXA company is a company that was first founded in France in 1816. This is a company that was able to acquire many different companies during its history. Some of those companies included the following: The American Insurance Company, The Equitable, Union des Assurances De Paris (UAP), AXK – UAP, Guardian Royal Exchange, Sun Life Interprovincial Holdings, Winterthur Group from Credit Suisse.

The company is named AXA because AXA is a name that is easy to pronounce for people who speak any language. Since AXA is an international company, they wanted to be able to find a name that could be easily recognized all around the world. AXA did a computer-aided search in 1982 for a good name for their company. The CEO wanted to find a company name that would be catchy and short; he also wanted the name to convey the vitality of the company. The CEO of the company at that time chose the name AXA, and that was the name the company took in 1985.

At the present moment, Vincent Parascandola is the senior executive vice president of AXA Advisors. Vincent Parascandola is an individual who has over 26 years of experience in the financial advisory industry. Parascandola began his career when he started working in Prudential in 1987. At that time, Parascandola served as an advisory agent. Vinni Parascandola was voted National Rookie Of The Year, and he later joined MONY life insurance company in 1990. While working MONY, Parascandola was able to gain a lot of experience in the field.

Vincent Parascandola has been able to work for many years in leadership, and he has earned many awards for his skillful management. Parascandola was able to get the GAMA’s Career Development and Master Agency Awards, and he is a member of the GAMA Florida chapter. Vincent Parascandola was able to earn his Bachelor of Science degree at Pace University, and he has visited Pace University many times to give speeches to their alumni.

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