The Life and Career of A Man in Finance
In his early life, David Osio graduated with a degree for the Catholic University Andres Bello, which is one of the leading universities in Venezuela and Latin American. He also studied Advanced Management Program in International Banking Law from the institute “Estudios Superiores de Administracion IESA. In 1981, Osio began his career as CEO and President of the OPED Enterprise company, where he was in charge of the coffee export program. Along with this, he also had an executive position with the LETCO COMMERCIAL Companies, where he was responsible for the structuring
marketing program, as well for various industrial products within the United States, and has reached the highest levels for the marketing company. In 1984, David Osio made the decision to the MGO law firm in Caracas, this is where he began to gain experience within banking law. While he was at MGO, he was responsible for dealing with corporate clients, who included Consolidated Bank and Ferro Corporation. Following this, with his deep knowledge in the banking industry, and the outstanding career that he had built for himself as a legal adviser, he obtained a leading position at the Private Banking Division of Banco Latino international out of Miami, and in under two years, he became the Vice President of Banking Commercial. While the Vice President, his responsibilities included strengthening the bank’s position internationally and the customer portfolio that increased considerably in value. In addition, David Osio is the CEO and founder of Davos Financial Group (DFG), where he has spent close to 20 years of transforming DFG into a global company that has offices located within major financial centers, such as New York, Miami, Geneva, Lisbon and Panama.
David Osio’s companies have always been motivated in promoting and maintaining within their walls, focusing on being a constant collaborators with non-profit organizations with the objective of supporting those in need within culture and art within the community, and also have a sense of corporate social responsibility. One of the foundations that Osio has supported include the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), for which he was part of the board, and he was also a supporter of the Saludarte Foundation. He has also supported international foundations such as the UMA Foundation, Children’s Orthopedic Foundation and the Funana Foundation, just to name a few. Through his contributions to the community and his performance in management, Osio has earned various international awards, some of which included the South Florida Business Leaders 2009, Medal of Honor of the United States Congress, and the Movers and Shakers 2009.