AXA in the news
New York—AXA US has pledged to plant up to 10,000 trees this year as part of its eDelivery initiative to drive more signups for paperless document delivery.
New York—Over $24 Million Awarded in Scholarships Since the Program Began. As in previous years, 52 students – one from each state, plus Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico – have been awarded college scholarships of $10,000...Read more
New York—AXA further develops its digital, social and mobile footprint in France and globally. The partnership leverages the scale of both businesses via ground-breaking innovation and access to research, training and capabilities...Read more
New York—Because teachers impart knowledge that eventually transforms the world, AXA this week is emphasizing the need to teach teachers about the importance of their own retirement planning...Read more
New York – Tracey Gray-Walker, head of the Association Business at AXA, has been named to Savoy Magazine’s “Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America” 2014 list…Read more
AXA Equitable Statement about the NYDFS Review
AXA, a leading financial protection organization, focused on the needs of teachers in an April 7 presentation given by Kevin Molloy, senior executive director and head of the company’s Employer-Sponsored business. We have been helping educators save for retirement for more than 40 years and are the number-one provider of 403(b) retirement savings products to educators in the K-12 space2.
Posted February 21st, 2014 at 11:39 AM EST
Noting the "strong jump in US earnings" and "strong year" for US operations, AXA Group CEO Henri de Castries discusses AXA S.A full-year 2013 earnings in an exclusive Bloomberg TV interview… watch the full interview here
Posted December 3rd, 2013 at 11:57 AM EST
This time of year, many people start to wonder about two questions: what kind of gift can I give a loved one that will never wind up in a garage sale, and how can I prepare for my annual check-in with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on April 15, 2014?
Charitable giving could be the answer.