For more than two decades, David Osio has played a significant role in supporting art, music and medical research. He does this by giving donations to organizations whose mission is to support culture and art in the communities that are close to where he has set up his businesses. David Osio is not done with offering a helping hand despite doing it for many years and quite to the contrary, he strives to stretch his helping hand to reach other charitable organizations worldwide.
One of David Osio’s most standout philanthropic efforts is his support for the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) where he serves as a member of the board. According to David, the reason why he supports the MISO is that he feels good when he sees such foundations keep their doors open courtesy of his donations. In line with his goal to support medical research, David also supports The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. In his opinion, every dollar that goes to support children makes a significant difference to the future. His hope is that soon all fortunate people will come together and support such a noble cause.
David’s policy on his philanthropic efforts is to help any community that is close to where he sets up his business, thus as the financial services company expands so does his philanthropic efforts. Some of the foundations that have received donations because of such expansions are the UMA Foundation, Fundana Foundation and the Wayuu Taya Foundation. David’s efforts to support the community have earned him awards and international recognition.
About David Osio
David Osio is the founder and CEO of Davos Financial Group. His main role in the organization is global and domestic strategy. In approximately twenty years, David has grown Davos Financial Group to a firm that is recognized internationally dawning offices in major cities such as New York, Miami and Geneva. His educational background is rich boasting of a law degree from the Catholic University Andres Bello. He also has advanced professional certificates, which he earned after studying management investment portfolios at the New York Institute of Finance. David’s career traces its roots to his time as a legal advisor to multinational clients.