David Osio was born and raised in Venezuela. He always took his education seriously and attended Universided Catolica Andres Bello, one of the most prestigious universities in his native country. He graduated with honors in Law in 1988. Later, he would receive essential instruction at the New York Financial Institute as well as the Instituto de Estudios Superiores Administrativos.
Mr. Osio served as a director for Escritorio Juridico MGO in Caracas, Venezuela as a young man. As Vice President of Commercial Banking for Banco Latino International in Miami, he spent 1989 through 1993 overseeing all its corporate departments as well as devising plans to acquire new customers. He was able to accomplish a lot in that short time, growing their portfolio considerably and strengthening the company’s position in the international community.
Currently Mr. Osio is serving as Chief Executive Officer of Davos Financial Group, advising and assisting their clientele in managing their finances. Under the leadership of David Olio, Davos was recognized as the first financial advisory company to offer a wide range of services to their clients. In the past few years, it has opened offices in New York City, Panam, Miami and Geneva.
In 2012, entrepreneur David Osio was recognized by the congress of the United States, along with other outstanding Venezuelans, for their valuable contributions as Hispanic leaders in America. Congressman David Rivera from Florida presented Mr. Osio and the others a Medal of Merit of the United States Congress along with a Congressional Certificate of Recognition and the U.S. flag. Mr. Osio expressed gratitude for being included in such an honorable group of his peers.
David Osio has always contributed his time and money to charitable organizations, including the Children’s Orthopedic Hospital in Venezuela as well as the Wayuu Taya Foundation. He is thankful for the success he has achieved and takes nothing for granted, always willing to share what he has with others who are less fortunate.