The Philanthropic Acts of the Founder and the CEO of the Davos Financial Group – David Osio

David Osio is a financial advisor in Venezuela. He founded the Davos Financial Group of companies in 1993, and he currently serves as its CEO. Since inception, Mr. Osio has made significant contributions in making the company one of the greatest domestic and global strategy firms. He has great interests in corporate, international traveling, collecting art, and financial planning. David Osio graduated in 1988 with a degree in law from the Catholic University Andres Bello in Caracas. In 1996 to 1996, he specialized in International Banking Law at Institute of Higher Administration Studies (IESA). He later joined New York Institute of Finance to study Management Investment Portfolios and completed in 2010.

David Osio is renowned for his charitable acts in all cities where his company has offices. His interests are in music, art, medical research, culture, and community development and he has collaborated with various charitable organizations supporting the same. He has supported the Miami Symphony Orchestra for many years through donations and service as a member of the Board. Over the years, he has sponsored the annual EPK events held by the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. Osio funded the Saludarte Foundation of Art in their exhibition of the Carlos Cruz-Diez. Other non-profit organizations that he supports include the Wayuu Taya Foundation, UMA Foundation, and the Fundana Foundation. Osio states that seeing the organizations that he supports continue running every year is a source of joy and satisfaction.

David Osio began his career as a Director at MGO, a legal firm in Venezuela. His responsibility was offering legal advice to the multinational companies such as the Consolidated Bank and Ferro Corporation. He later joined Banco Latino International (BLI) and worked as the Vice President of Banking Commercial. He attributes his success in running his company to the lessons he learned during his time at BLI. Through his leadership and expertise in the financial areas, the Davos Financial Group has expanded both financially and geographically in Latin America. It has its presence in Geneva, Lisbon, Miami, Panama City, and New York.

Following his philanthropic efforts and the economic opportunities, Osio has bagged several awards locally and internationally. They include the Medal of Honor from the United States Congress, Movers and Shakers 2009, and South Florida Business Leaders 2009. New Europe Magazine recognized him as the “Best Offshore Corporate Service Provider” and he won the Miami Award in 2014 that recognizes the significant achievements of different companies in Miami.
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