David Osio, the Venezuelan business magnate and chief executive officer of Davos Financial Group, still strives in helping non-profit organizations that support the scientific community, the arts, and music.
For more than 20 years, Osio and Davos Financial Group of companies have been striving for a noble ideal, which is social responsibility. From Venezuela to Portugal, Osio tries to contribute as much as possible in the communities where he does business. Osio, who now resides in Miami, has been an avid supporter of the Miami Symphony Orchestra. He also was a board member of this foundation for many yeas. According to Osio, he is glad that the Miami Symphony Orchestra is still operating thanks to his donations since it brings a lot of joy to Floridians.
The businessman founded Davos Financial Group in 1993. He is also the chief executive officer and director of the company, and he is responsible for the global and international strategic management of the firm. Because of his rigorous background in law, business, and finances, he has been able to facilitate and increase the firm’s revenue dramatically. He has been able to expand the firm considerably as well. Currently, Davos Financial Group and companies has locations in Portugal, Switzerland, and the United States. Davos Financial Group is also the best of its kind in Venezuela.
For more than two decades, Osio has been supporting many international foundations, especially the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. Osio cares deeply about the scientific and medical community. According to Osio, more affluent individuals should consider to help the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation since funding medical research for children is very important. Osio has also been supporting the Wayuu Taya Foundaton, the Fundana Foundation, and the UMA Foundation. Osio recently too donated to the Saludarte Foundation of Art in Miami, when it exhibited Carlos Cruz Diez. Because of his philanthropic contributions, Osio has received many prestigious awards, such as the Medal of Honor of the United States Congress and the South Florida Business Leaders 2009.
Before Osio founded Davos Financial Group and companies, he worked for MGO, a very important law firm from Venezuela. Here, he did business with many prestigious companies, such as Ferro Corporation and Consolidated Bank. He too worked for Banco Latino International in Miami. Within a short period of time, he was able to increase the bank’s international portfolio drastically, and this occurred in spite of Banco Latino International’s problem due to the economic and political issues of Venezuela at the time. Within two years, Osio also was promoted to vice president. Osio studied law at the Catholic University of Andres Bello. He then pursued advanced studies at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Administration in banking and business law.
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