David Osio Awards Generous Grants to both Domestic and International Charities

David Osio is a financial counsel expert with more than twenty years of experience in developing business solutions. He received an honors bachelor’s degree in law from the Caracas-based Catholic University Andres Bello. His first law job was at MGO where he served as a legal advisor to high-ranking firms such as the Consolidated Bank and Ferro. In 2010, Osio attended the renowned New York Institute of Finance and completed a management investment portfolios course.

Osio’s role as the CEO of Davos Financial Group

Osio founded Davos Financial Group with an objective of tapping both local and international markets. As the CEO, he has fostered a rise in the company’s profits and international recognition. To be precise, the company currently has branches in Panama City, Geneva, Lisbon, Miami, and New York. Osio continues to empower the local communities in every city where his company is based. In addition, Davos Financial Group strives to achieve corporate responsibility when delivering financial solutions to its clients. Davos’ success can be attributed to the knowledge that Osio acquired from both the American Banking Association and the Swiss Bank Corporation

Philanthropy

David Osio stands out as an executive because of his love for charity. His charity work revolves around art, music, the society, and medical research. For instance, Osio served as a Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) board member and supported the institution financially. As an art enthusiast, he funds the Saludarte Foundation of Art. As the chief executive officer for Davos Financial Group, he ensures that nonprofit institutions such as MISO are financially stable.

David Osio believes that institutions such as MISO have an obligation of taping and developing local talents. Osio is also renowned for sponsoring the EPK events organized by The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation yearly. He is passionate about medical research focusing on the health of children. He hopes that in future, other successful businesspersons will unite and support the society through charity work. He has also donated to the Fundana Foundation, the Wayuu Taya Foundation, and the UMA Foundation.

Awards

The Davos Financial Group and Osio’s financial and philanthropic contributions have been praised on several occasions. For example, in 2014, the Davos Group won the Miami Award for creating diverse economic opportunities to Miami residents. The company also won New Europe’s Best Offshore Corporate Service Provider award and the 2009 Movers and Shakers award. Osio, on the other hand, received a Medal of Honor for his philanthropic endeavors from the US Congress.

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