David Osio is a prominent businessman whose passion to give back to the society through a number of philanthropic activities has grown correspondingly with his success in financial markets. He has a reputation for his endless support of health research, music, art, and the community as a whole.
One of the key components of Mr. Osio’s philosophy success involves giving back. In this regard, he has worked for over twenty years in conjunction with several not-for-profit organizations globally whose support improves the people, culture and art in the societies where he conducts business.
Osio’s charitable vision involves support of art charities, notably the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO). Others include Miami’s Saludarte Foundation of Art as well as the recent art exhibition of the work of Carlos Cruz-Diez in the U.S.
Mr. Osio, the current CEO of Davos Financial Group, asserts that he finds it rewarding to see the continued joy that such iconic foundations give to the community because of his contributions. In regards to healthcare, he continues to provide financial support to the International Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. It is his hope that other fortunate people in society can borrow the same leaf and make a financial contribution to this noble cause.
As the founder and current CEO of Davos Financial Group, Mr. Osio has steered the growth of the company both in the domestic and international market. Under his stewardship, the company has significantly increased its revenues besides setting up branches in strategic cities such as Geneva, Miami, Lisbon, New York, and Panama City. In each and every one of his business territories across the globe, Mr. Osio always strives to engage in charitable causes.
Other causes that are close to his heart involve indigenous issues. For instance, his support of the Wayuu Taya Foundation, an organization that provides health, education, infrastructure, and nutritional services to native communities in Latin America. Other notable support donations have been channeled to Fundana Foundation and UMA Foundation.
Following his reputation of supporting needy communities, Mr. David Osio has been the recipient of several international honors and acknowledgments including the South Florida Business Leaders 2009, Movers and Shakers 2009 and Medal of Honor from the United States Congress just to name a few.
David Osio earned his bachelor’s degree in International Banking Law from the Catholic University Andres Bello in 1988. His career began as a legal advisor in a law firm called MGO in Caracas, offering legal counsel to corporate clients including Consolidated Bank and Ferro Corporation. Over time, he served in a Managerial capacity in the Private Banking Sector of Banco Latino International in Miami, and as a Deputy President of Banking Commercial until he formed Davos Financial Group in 1993.