David Osio is also the founder of Davos Financial Group. He has led the company successfully placing it strategically in the domestic and even global markets. Other than promoting the business’ profits, he has also expanded it to other strategic locations. Furthermore, he promotes charity work in all the cities that his businesses operate.
His other works of charity are donating to Wayuu Taya Foundation, UMA Foundation, and the Fundana Foundation. David also funded the latest exhibition by Carlos Cruz Diez at the Saludarte Foundation of Art in Miami. His works of charity have not gone unnoticed. He has received several international awards not forgetting recognitions. Apart from his other responsibilities in his company, he is also its domestic and global strategist.
David Osio graduated with honors as a lawyer from the Catholic University Andres Bello in Caracas. His career began in Venezuela where he was the Director in the Legal Desk MGO. His role involved legal advice to multi-national clients. After approximately ten years, he specialized at the Institute of Higher Administration Studies (IESA) in Caracas, between 1996 and 1998. After studying Management Investment Portfolio at the New York Institute of Finance, Osio achieved higher professional credentials. Before founding the Davos Financial Group, David was the Vice President of Commercial Banking for Banco Latino International in Miami. This was between 1989 and 1993. There, he supervised the management of corporate management. His efforts led to the company’s growth and international recognition.
David Osio is a businessman who aims at making an impact in the world through charity. He has been working with several Non-Profit Organizations, which help in improving the lives of others. His support is mainly directed towards arts, culture, music and medical research in the communities which he has established businesses. His focus is not only in promoting financial services but also in increasing his contributions to charity through organizations around the world.
Being a board member of the Miami Symphony orchestra-MISO, David is a great supporter. He said that through donations, foundations like the symphony could go for many years entertaining people. He also supports the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation by sponsoring the annual EPK events. He believes that all inputs are helpful in advancing medical research for children. He looks forward to a time when all people who have even a little money to spare will collaborate in making a difference in the world.