David Osio strives to make a difference around the world through his philanthropic involvement in the arts, music, medical research, and community.
He has been involved in several non-profit organizations for over two decades supporting the betterment of people, arts and culture through his business communities. He has expanded his charitable support around the world.
He has been a strong supporter of the Miami Symphony Orchestra for several years and also served as a board member. Osio stated, “We are an annual supporter of the Miami Symphony Orchestra and it is rewarding to see these iconic foundations such as the Symphony have the ability to stay in operation year after year and bring joy to the community with help from our donations.”
Osio is also an annual traditional sponsor and supporter of The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation.
As the founder and CEO of Davos Financial Group, he has expanded his businesses into cities such as Geneva, Panama City, Lisbon, New York and Miami. In these cities he continues to provide charitable growth.
He has achieved recognition and international awards for his continued support of communities in need.
ABOUT DAVID OSIO
Mr. Osio graduated from Catholic University Andres Bello, one of the leading universities in Venezuela and Latin America. As of 2010, he added the professional credential of Advanced Management Investment Portfolios by studying at the New York Institute of Finance.
He became the CEO and President of the coffee export company OPED Enterprise in 1981. He went on to hold an executive marketing position with LETCO Commercial Companies. In 1984 he joined a law firm in Caracas practicing banking law. Because of his knowledge and experience in the area of banking from his training with American Banking Association and Swiss Bank Corporation, he landed a lead position with Banco Latino International in Miami which resulted in a promotion to Vice President in Banking Commercial in less than two years. In 1993 he ventured out on his own to form Davos Financial Group, the first business in Venezuela to provide financial advice to a select group of people including Ferro and Consolidated Bank, with a goal to offer services in association with the needed demand.
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