According to a new release from PRNewswire, Venezuelan-American entrepreneur David Osio has now brought his Davos Financial Group’s real estate business clients a new development. This development is a mobile investment return calculator called the “Davos CAP Calculator”. The goal of this tool is to give clients like commercial property buyers and real estate developers, an idea of what the property investment returns will look like over time, taking into account all the expenses associated with the investment. The Davos Real Estate Group has been advising affluent clients for many years, but recently have implemented technological developments like the CAP calculator and a mortgage calculator soon to come, and new sales volumes for this company have been estimated at a 75% increase through the first half of 2016.
David Osio has been an influential businessman in the financial sectors of the US, and throughout the Latin American community. Osio grew up and was educated in Venezeula, where he studied business and banking law at the University Andres Bello. He held his first executive position with OPED Enterprise, a Venezeulan coffee export company, followed by serving with a few others. He first got into banking law with the MGO law firm in 1984, laying the groundwork for future positions with Banco Latino International and its Banking Commercial subsidiary.
But not long after relocating to the US, Osio decided to startup his own financial advising company, the Davos Financial Group. This company is comprised of multiple independent boutique investment firms. The Davos Financial Group works closely with major international investment banks and is able to facilitate major deals with clients that uphold local and international banking regulations. The Davos Financial Group has offices reaching across the globe in New York City, Geneva, Lisbon, Panama City and Miami and branch services include wealth management, financial consulting and real estate advising.
Osio has become a widely recognized important figure, and in 2012 he was honored along with a few other notable Venezeulans, at a US congressional award ceremony with the Medal of Merit for his outstanding financial work. He’s also won the Business Leader of the State of Florida 2009 award. Osio is also a philanthropist who’s given back to the Miami Community supporting fine arts endeavors such as the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation.