The Venezuelan Lawyer, Financial Expert and Chief Executive Officer of Davos Financial Group David Osio continues supporting non-profit organizations worldwide that in exchange help communities by means of the arts, the medical community, and music.
For decades, Osio has been supporting local and international non-profit organizations. Not only that, but Osio’s ideals also show through the philanthropic endeavors of his company. Davos Financial Group is known for contributing in the communities it operates. Osio’s companies believe deeply in an ideal, which is corporate social responsibility. Osio, now a citizen of Florida, was for a considerable amount of years a board member of the Miami Symphony Orchestra. According to Osio, he and his companies donate to this orchestra at least yearly.
Osio is known for notably helping local communities, but the chief executive officer is also a strong supporter of international organizations. He, for example, is a prominent supporter of the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. Osio is a strong supporter of the scientific and medical communities. And he is especially concerned about children worldwide. Osio personally hopes that more affluent individuals can support this organization in the future since medical research for children is desperately needed. Osio is also a supporter of other organizations, such as the UMA and Fundana Foundation. Osio also recently donated money to the Saludarte Foundation of Art in Miami, when the foundation exhibited Carlos Cruz Diez.
Osio is the founder, chief executive officer and director of Davos Financial Group, and he mainly deals with the company’s domestic and global strategies. Osio, after working for several companies providing legal and financial services, established Davos Financial Group of companies more than 20 years ago, the first of its kind of Venezuela. This company was founded with the goal of being able to to provide to a certain clientele with tailored financial services. It is also a very prominent financial boutique globally, especially in Latin America. Osio has also been able to successfully lead this firm locally and internationally. Davos Financial Group has independent and licensed companies operating in Portugal, the United States and Switzerland.
Before Osio worked for Banco Latino before establishing his financial firm.Within two years of working for this Latin American bank, he was promoted to vice president. In spite of the firm’s problems, many due to the political issues of Venezuela at the time, Osio was able to expand the bank’s costumer portfolio dramatically as well as its international position. Osio too worked for GMO, a very prominent law firm from Venezuela. Here, he dealt with many reputable corporations, such as Consolidated Bank and Ferro. Osio studied law at the Catholic University Andres Bello in the late 90s. Almost a decade later after graduating from this university, He attended the Institute of Higher Administration Studies of Caracas.
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