Vincent Parascandola

Vincent Parascandola is a renowned financial advisor and works with AXA global insurance company in America. He studies Bachelor of Science in Pacing University and masters in Computer Science in Lubin Business schools. Previously he has worked with prudent Insurance, Money and AXA Company. Currently, he is the vice president of AXA Company in New York City. The company was founded in 1817, and it offers financial services, products, and asset management. Over the years, AXA Advisors has expanded its operations thus increase in profit has won several awards and has been listed by Forbes magazines among top ten companies in Europe and America. It operates across the continent in Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, and North America. The company headquarters is in France.

Vincent deals with recruitment and retention of marketing and sales teams. Also, he heads the sales team and gives AXA company direction and steps regarding sales.

Regarding human resource and development, he is in charge of training, space management, and company operations. For more details visit Alumnius.

He has accumulated experience in the field of financial service and insurance for 25 years. Due to hard work, commitment, dedication, and diligence in his work have earned several awards including Gama Career Award and Master Agency awards.

He started his career as a sales agent in a prudent insurance company in 1987 immodestly after college. He, later on, join Monny Company and he was privileged to hold several managerial positions. Later on, he moved to AXA Company and was appointed as the chairman of the group of companies. For more details visit Crunchbase.


Vincent managed to maneuver through several managerial positions in the company until when he was appointed as the vice president of the company. Also, he served in different company branches in California and Hawaii as a financial advisor. During his tenure as human resource administrator, the company increased number of employees to 5000 and influx by employee reduced by 60% thus promoting retention in the business

Vincent offers free time he provides investment and financial advice to future young entrepreneurs. , he has supported his company to engage in charity work through sponsoring poverty eradication programs across the globe. AXA Advisor prides itself for having Vincent as a selfless and dedicated team leader. You can visit his Vimeo account for more.


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Securus Technologies

On June 7th, 2016 Securus Technologies – an A+ accredited company by the BBB and leading service provider for criminal and civil justice solutions officially announced that their release of facts, findings and report will help to reveal the integrity breaches that were perpetrated by Global Tel Link (GTL). The press release that were published on PR Newswire was the first of a set of articles that they plan to publish which will highlight the wrongdoings as well as the integrity breaches that were done by GTL.
The Chief Executive Officer of Securus Technologies – Richard A. Smith, proclaimed that he loved his company’s industry which entails serving corrections, inmates, law enforcement and all of society. As such, he proclaimed that it offended him personally as well as the entire industry that a communications provider would fall below the level of integrity that is typical with most carriers. He also proclaimed that the business sector as a whole has a mission that surpasses the whole concept of just making money. He proclaimed that it’s also to ensure that they serve their customer and that they keep their best interest at heart. As such, his company plans to release multiple issues of wrongdoings through a series of press releases. The first of which was a 17 page order which was procured when the Louisiana PSC investigated GTL. During their report, they found certain wrong doings such as the fact that, Global Tel Link:

  • Programmed their telephone’s internalized locks to add 15 or 36 seconds to the total duration of each call.
  • Programmed their phones to rates which were higher than those allowed under it’s rate caps.
  • Billed single calls more than once.
  • Artificially increased charges upon it’s customers.

They also found that as a result of their malpractice, Louisiana taxpayers were overcharged an excess of $1,243,000 by the company. Read more at Wikipedia about Securus.

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