Venezuelan-born entrepreneur and financial advisor David Osio is has decades of experience in the world of finance. However, in addition to his dedication to his business and career, he also believes in an individual’s responsibility to their community. Osio consistently supports a number of non-profits and NGOs that help improve quality of life for many and ensure peace of mind for all.
In addition to being a proud supporter of the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) and serving on the orchestra’s board of directors, Osio is committed to improving the quality of children’s healthcare. He supports the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation and helps fund its events on an annual basis.
Osio regularly works with a number of other organizations as well. He provides financial support to the Wayuu Taya Foundation, which seeks to improve the lives of the Wayuu people, an indigenous community in Venezuela, as well as other native communities throughout Latin America. He also works with the Miami-based Saludarte Foundation of Art, which seeks to use art as a vehicle for social change and greater equality.
Osio is the founder of Davos Financial Group, a financial advisory firm with locations in Geneva, Lisbon, New York, Miami, and Panama City. After graduating from law school, he began his career practicing financial law in Caracas and later moved to Miami in 1988 to become a banking executive. In this capacity, he oversaw the portfolio of an international bank and later studied portfolio management at the New York Institute of Finance. He also hold a graduate degree in financial management from the Venezuelan Institute of Advanced Administrative Studies.
Osio believes in the power of entrepreneurs to use their success to improve the lives of others. Business leaders help societies by driving economic growth, but they can and should give back to the societies that have helped them prosper and thrive. David Osio is an example of a leader who takes this responsibility extremely seriously. For philanthropists like Osio, philanthropy is not merely a hobby or pastime, but a very real opportunity to use their accomplishments to effect positive change in ways that their financial triumphs cannot.