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Sep 4, 2006 4:51 pm

Hi I am just curuios if anyone has heard  anything about  AXA  Advisors?



www.axa-advisors.com



Thanks

Sep 4, 2006 5:24 pm

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Sep 4, 2006 6:27 pm

Hey  Im serious,  just doing some research.....

Sep 4, 2006 7:12 pm
gman123:

Hey  Im serious,  just doing some research.....


So you asked if anybody reading this forum had heard of AXA?


Did no adult ever tell you to not make a fool of yourself, or even to do the most basic steps yourself?

Sep 4, 2006 7:29 pm

Hey I  looked them up already.  I am  just looking for other opionions of them

Sep 4, 2006 7:45 pm
gman123:

Hey I  looked them up already.  I am  just looking for other opionions of them


What did you find in your research?

Sep 4, 2006 9:02 pm

AXA is the holding company for an international financial services
group focused on financial protection, insurance and asset management.
Through its subsidiaries, the Company operates in five business
segments. The Life & Savings segment offers a range of life
insurance products, including retirement and health insurance products
for both individuals and groups. The Property & Casualty segment
offers a range of personal and commercial insurance products. The
International Insurance segment is principally focused on reinsurance
and large risks insurance activities. The Asset Management segment
includes third-party asset management and asset management activities
on behalf of AXA insurance companies. The Other Financial Services
segment includes mainly banking activities conducted primarily in
France and Belgium. The Company operates primarily in Western Europe,
North America, the Asia Pacific region, and to a lesser extent, in
other regions, including the Middle East and Africa

Sep 5, 2006 2:32 am

Did you copy that from their website's about section?

Sep 5, 2006 6:21 am
gman123:

AXA is the holding company for an international financial services group focused on financial protection, insurance and asset management. Through its subsidiaries, the Company operates in five business segments. The Life & Savings segment offers a range of life insurance products, including retirement and health insurance products for both individuals and groups. The Property & Casualty segment offers a range of personal and commercial insurance products. The International Insurance segment is principally focused on reinsurance and large risks insurance activities. The Asset Management segment includes third-party asset management and asset management activities on behalf of AXA insurance companies. The Other Financial Services segment includes mainly banking activities conducted primarily in France and Belgium. The Company operates primarily in Western Europe, North America, the Asia Pacific region, and to a lesser extent, in other regions, including the Middle East and Africa


And which of those divisions seems to be the most interesting to you, and why?


How would you go about representing AXA to potential clients?  What do you think would be the strongest assets you had to offer, both yourself and what AXA would offer to back you up?


Sep 5, 2006 11:49 am

I played some golf with a group of AXA advisors a couple of  months ago.  What I learned about them is they think of themselves as financial planners, but really focus primarily on Life Insurance and annuties.  They have some in house products they are really fond of.  Mostly fee based biz on the traditional investment side.  Guy I was golfing with was their equivalent of a Branch Manager.  He said their production goals are really low.  They've got a website that gives  you an idea of their investments.  Don't know if I'd be tempted enough to give it serious thought.

Sep 5, 2006 12:14 pm

not a bad place to start if your only offer...at least you can offer a variety of investments such as insurance, stocks, bonds, funds, annuities, etc. Their advisors seem to push company stuff more than most companies. If you sell their company stuff you will have trouble moving it if you upgrade firms later since most of their investments are proprietary.

Sep 5, 2006 1:25 pm
Spaceman Spiff:

I played some golf with a group of AXA advisors a couple of  months ago.  What I learned about them is they think of themselves as financial planners, but really focus primarily on Life Insurance and annuties.  They have some in house products they are really fond of.  Mostly fee based biz on the traditional investment side.  Guy I was golfing with was their equivalent of a Branch Manager.  He said their production goals are really low.  They've got a website that gives  you an idea of their investments.  Don't know if I'd be tempted enough to give it serious thought.



Excellent post, Spiff.  It's info like this that keeps me reading this forum.  Thanks.

Sep 8, 2006 8:53 pm

Nothing wrong with life insurance sales when you're a young buck.


Selling cash value life insurance is one of the ways a 22 year old newbie can make a 100k his first year.  You don't have to fish out people with 100s of thousands of dollars, but fish out people who can afford several hundred dollars a month.  Close 4-6 decent size policies/month you'll be approaching 100k in commission in no time.