David Osio, the chief executive officer of Davos Financial Group of companies, still continues supporting non-profit organizations locally and internationally, which in exchange help people around the world through the arts, music and the medical community.
The chief executive officer and his companies have been striving for corporate social responsibility, ideal which was implemented since Davos Financial Group of companies was founded in 1993 by the Venezuelan. Osio, who currently resides in Miami, has been for several years donating money to the Miami Symphony Orchestra. Osio once was too a board member of this foundation and donates to the organization at least every year. According to Osio, he is happy that the Miami Symphony Orchestra is still in existence and running. This orchestra has existed in Miami for many years and has been bringing a lot of joy to the residents of Florida since its foundation.
Osio, after having an astonishing career as a lawyer and a banker, founded Davos Financial Group with the intent of creating a financial boutique that offers tailored services. This firm also became the first of its kind to appear in Venezuela; it is also one of the most prominent financial firms in Latin America. Osio, because of his experience in law, banking and investments, was able to lead the company in its positioning domestically and internationally. Currently, Osio has independent companies in The United States, Switzerland, and Portugal.
Since Osio has had the financial means, he has been donating money to non-profit organizations all over the world. Osio is especially concerned about the youth, which is why he is a prominent supporter of the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. According to Osio, more affluent individuals should united in order to help financially this medical community. This is a very important cause. Osio also tries his best in order to help his native country, Venezuela. His is a prominent supporter of the Fundana Foundation. He also supports other similar ones, such as the Wayuu Taya Foundation and the UMA Foundation. He recently too donated to the Saludarte Foundation of Art in Miami, at the time when Carlos Cruz Diez was exhibited. Osio has received many prestigious awards because of his contributions.
Osio’s career started when he first worked as a director for MGO, a prominent law firm from Caracas. At this businesses, he consulted many prestigious and important companies, like Consolidated Bank. Before he founded Davos Financial Group of companies, he worked for Banco Latino. At this Venezuelan bank, he got promoted to vice president within just two years. Osio also oversaw the costumer portfolio increase at this bank radically, feat which weighted the bank’s banking problems at the time. Osio studied law at the Catholic University of Andres Bello. He also pursued advanced studies at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Administration. At this school, he studied international banking and business law. In 2012, he obtained advanced credentials from the New York Institute of Finance.
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