David Osio extends his philanthropic support to international Non-Profit Organizations

David Osio is Catholic University Andres Bello graduate of Advancement Management Program. He continued to pursue International Banking Law at (IESA) Estudios Superiores de Administration and left in 1999.He attended the Commercial Lending Seminar at Chase Manhattan Bank in 1988 and got certified training. Osio earned a degree in Management Investment Portfolio at the New York Institute of Finance in 2010.

He began his career in 1981 as the CEO of OPED Enterprise. He also headed the LETCO commercial companies in the same duration regulating the coffee export programs. He restarted his career in law in 1984 at MGO Caracas working for corporate clients. David later moved on to banking at Banco Latino International and was promoted to the assistant CEO in the Banking Commercial branch after two years. David Osio founded Davos Financial Group in 1993. He has led the company to perform financial and social tasks to the society by giving financial advice to select candidates in collaboration with major world banks, and working with non-profit organizations. David branched out Davos Financial Group to Panama, Miami, New York, and Geneva in a short duration. Before starting his company, David obtained certified training at the American Association in New York and the Swiss Bank Corporation in the year 1996.

David Osio is a successful businessman with an effectual philanthropic impact on society which he has recently expanded to a global scale. He has made recognized contributions to organizations of music, art, community development and medical advancements both locally and internationally.

He donated to the Saludarte Foundation in Miami after the exhibition of an art piece by Carlos Cruz-Diez. As a board member of the Miami Symphony Orchestra, David has contributed to the organization with an aim to maintain the operations of the orchestra in service to the community.

David’s other notable charity is the funding of The Children’s Orthopaedic Foundation to assist in hosting the annual EPK events. He stated that his vision is that one day the financially able will be able to join in assistance of the children in need.

Osio’s previous donations through Davos Financial Group to the UMA Foundation, Fundana Foundation, and Wayuu Taya Foundation have earned him recognitions and awards. Some of these awards include:
• Miami Award Winner in 2014
• The Medal of Honor (United States Congress)
• 2009 Movers and Shakers
• 2009 South Florida Business Leaders
• Best Offshore Corporate Service Providers (New Europe Magazine)

November 1, 2016

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