In an article from Erie News Now, David Osio is highlighted for his philanthropic work in Miami. He is known for being a supporter of the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and he has served on the Orchestra Board. Aside from his donations in the world of music, he is also supporter of children. He supports the international foundation called The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation that specializes in the medical research for children. Osio supports the arts through his charitable work for the Saludarte Foundation of Art, which helps promote the access of people to the arts, and it helps to promote equality in the arts as well. He is the CEO of Davos Financial Group, and he is known for driving the company in domestic and international markets, most notably in cities outside of the Americas.
Originally from Venezuela, David Osio graduated from Catholic University Andres Bello in 1988. The university is located in Caracas, where he would become a director at a legal desk, where he would provide legal advice to multi-national clients. He completed his specialization at the Institute of Higher Administration Studies in 1998. David Osio would later come to the United States and work with companies that had to deal with tax and corporate planning, banking services, and portfolio structuring and restructuring.
Aside from his financial group, he also has the Davos Real Estate Group that specializes in real estate in Florida. In June of 2016, the Davos Real Estate Group launched a new app that would help calculate the possible return of a potential investment that a client might be interested in. It also has a feature in which the user of the app will be able to communicate with a person who works for the Davos Group. According to Gerard Gonzalez, who is the Executive Director for the Davos Group, he says about the new app, “the application we have developed is an innovative tool that will allow investors to have a much clearer financial vision when purchasing a property.” The new application will also help people calculate the potential mortgage of whatever property they purchase, along with having fluid communication with the agents who are helping people find their homes.
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