David Osio has steadily and firmly built his career to his current achievements. He presently serves as a CEO of Davis Financial Group, a company he founded about 20 years ago. His journey to the top has been anything but that of a determined person out to put a dent on the global financial industry.
Osio’s career started taking shape in 1981 upon graduating from Catholic University of Andres Bello (CUAB) with specialized studies in Advanced Management. He came out with a Bachelor’s degree in Banking Law from CUAB – arguably one of the leading universities in Latin America.
Upon graduating, Osio started out on a high gear as CEO and President of OPED Enterprise, a company that dealt in coffee export programs. He later joined LETCO COMMERCIAL COMPANIES as the Head of Marketing.
Osio had a stint in the legal field at MGO where he headed the corporate counsel department. As a Legal Advisor, he had an outstanding career leading to his appointment at Blanco Latino International in Miami. Here again, his high performance earned him a promotion whereby in less than two years, he was confirmed as the Vice President of Banking Commercial.
While at the summit of his career, in 1993, Osio decided it was time to make a mark in the corporate world under his own name. He launched into the market Davos Financial Group. This was among the first businesses of its time in Venezuela. In the same way he built his career up the ladder, Osio has gradually built Davos Financial Group, this time not vertically but spreading horizontally to its current near-global presence in strategic major cities including Panama, Miami, New York and Geneva.
Davos Financial Group is dedicated to providing financial advice to a niche clientele base. For Osio, it has been all about development of a proactive leadership, allowing him to rapidly accelerate the organization’s growth. The level of income generated in the short period that the company has been in existence has been enormous.
David Osio minds to balance profit interests of the company with corporate social responsibility. The company has remained in constant collaboration with non-profit organizations especially the ones with bias on support for the people in need in the area of art and culture within their communities. Internationally, Osio has been able to support Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. He has been a sponsor of the EPK events every year, to mention but just a few.