David Osio is a businessman with a vision and big heart. He is a renowned philanthropist who supports the community, medical research, and music. For several decades now, Osio has collaborated with many non-profit institutions to assist people, art, and culture. Additionally, he continues to extend his help to charity on an international scale. He has supported Miami Symphony Orchestra for many years and served as a member of its board.
Other roles and Engagements
He is known as the founder and Chief Executive Officer at Davos Financial Group which is an advisory group. His leadership skills and commitment to the company has pushed the firm to a domestic and international map. Also, Osio has facilitated an increase in the business’s income level and geographic expansions to strategic locations like Panama City, Miami, New York, Lisbon, and Geneva. Even with his busy career schedule, Osio has vowed to continue to grow and support charities.
The iconic foundations such as Symphony which Osio runs are busy but still find time to help the community. Osio is also supporting “The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. He supports the foundation’s annual EPK event. His desire is that one day these kids will come together and make a financial difference in the lives of others. The other institutions he supports include the Fundana Foundation, UMA Foundation, and Wayuu Taya Foundation. He supports the arts industry by providing funds for Saludarte Foundation of Art located in Miami.
About David Osio
David Osio is a celebrated profession in the financial service industry and the sitting CEO of Davos Financial Group. The company is an independent -licensed firm dealing with professional asset management and financial services. He handles both domestic and international strategy and supervises all operations matters for effective management.
David has honors in law from the Catholic University Andres Bello. Upon graduation, he worked as the Director of the Legal Desk MGO. His roles included offering legal advice to multi-national firms. Osio did a specialization course from the Institute of Higher Administration Studies in Caracas. He attained advanced professional credentials in 2010 and took more studies in Management Portfolio from the New York Institute of Finance.
Awards and Recognition
Osio’s efforts in the financial service industry and philanthropy are finally paying off after he was honored a Congressional Certificate of Recognition, the U.S Flag, and the Congressman Rivera a Medal of Merit of the U.S Congress.