Founder of Davos Financial Group, David Osio Is Expanding His Philanthropic Support

When people think of David Osio the first thing that most likely comes to mind is Davos Financial Group. Which is to be expected since Osio is the founder and CEO of the company. Osio has built the Venezuela based financial advisory company into one of the most profitable businesses in Latin America. He had a huge hand in Davos’ evolution into a global company. Today, Davos has offices around the world thanks to Osio.

Osio isn’t all about making money and building companies though. He is also a devout philanthropist with ideals of making the world a better place to live in. Osio is just not capable of watching the world around him collapse without at least attempting to stop the decay. Because of this, he has decided to increase his philanthropic support in the hopes of positively effecting the hardships of people on more of a global scale.

He is definitely no stranger to working with non-profit organizations. He has been doing so for going on three decades now. He believes for his dream of a better world to come true, the more fortunate have to give back to the less fortunate through whatever means are available. He knows the process will be difficult, but he knows in his heart the progress will make it all well worth the struggle.

Osio is an especially strong supporter of art and music. He was a well known supporter of the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) throughout the entirety of the time he served on the Orchestra Board. He still donates funds to MISO through Davos Financial Group annually.

Osio has donated funds for various medical research as well. He has been a reliable sponsor for the yearly EPK events The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation holds. Osio feels that this is an important cause that is often overlooked by many wealthy individuals.

Osio’s philanthropic work hasn’t gone completely unnoticed. He has been recognized with several accolades and awards throughout his career.

David Osio is a graduate of both the Catholic University Andres Bello, Venezuela, and Estudios Superiores de Administración IESA, where he earned his specialized degree in International Banking Law. Osio would later further his education even more when he enrolled in the New York Institute of Finance. All in all it’s safe to say David Osio’s resume isn’t anything to sneeze at.

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