David Osio has been recognized by communities around the world for his generous philanthropic efforts. They have given him awards and honors because of the difference that he has made in the lives of many and for nonprofit organizations. David Osio is the CEO and founder of the Davos Financial Group where he takes on the responsibilities of global strategy as well as domestic strategy. He has turned Davos Financial Group into a company that is recognized around the world as a leader in the field of financial advisement. He has opened offices in New York, Geneva, Lisbon, Miami, and Panama City. In each of these cities, David has made sure to be generous with the local community because he is a man who loves people and wants to see the communities that he operates in thrive.
David Osio began his career in 1988. He was educated as a lawyer in Caracas, Venezuela at the Catholic University Andres Bello where he graduated with honors. In the beginning, he worked as the Director of the Legal Desk MGO. here he provided legal advice to clients from all over the world. His clients included Consolidated Bank and Ferro. Hungry for more knowledge David achieved a specialization in administration at the Institute of Higher administration Studies in Caracas in 1998. there he got credentialed in Management Investment Portfolios.
David is very well known for trying to make a difference around the world. He is especially seen as a lover of the arts, music, and a supporter of medical research that helps people maintain their health. There are many non-profits that David has been known to support. Notably, David has given yearly funding to the Miami Symphony Orchestra. He also served as a member of the board for the orchestra because he wanted to personally touch the lives of people who go to symphonies. David has said that participating in the Miami Symphony Orchestra has brought him great joy that is why he wants to remain an annual supporter. He feels that the orchestra is an icon in the local community and that without donations from people like himself this important Miami icon will not be able to remain open.