David Osio graduated with specialized studies (Advanced Management Program) in International Banking Law from Catholic University Andres Bello. OPED Enterprise was the first company of his career with the position of President and CEO of the company for coffee export programs. He later worked as an executive in LETCO Commercial Companies and was assigned the role of structuring marketing programs for the industrial products in the US. 1984 was the year he started working for firms and starting gaining experience in banking law when he worked for MGO in Caracas. In MGO, he managed the corporate clients such as the Consolidated Bank and Ferro Corporation.
After working for some years at MGO, Osio had enough experience in the world of banking and outstanding career as a legal advisor. He was later offered a leading position in the Private Banking Division of Banco Latino International (BLI) in Miami. In less than two years, Osio was offered the Vice President Position of the Banking Commercial division. Osio was responsible for overseeing the customer portfolio which increased considerably in value putting the bank in a better financial position internationally.
With vast experience in Banking and legal services, Osio decided to venture in his company and founded Davos Financial Group of Companies. It was the first financial advisor in Venezuela that was dedicated to providing financial advice to select clients. As the founder and CEO of the company, he developed proactive leadership that allowed him to improve his income and wealth but also strengthen the financial position of the company in a short period.
The success of Davos Financial Group was because of David’s management style which he acquired from American Banking Association and Swiss Banking Corporation. He realized that developing a successful company requires the leader to create financial boutique offering tailored services that match the needs and expectations of the clients. Davos Financial Group of companies is licensed and hold agreement’s with some of the biggest banks to create highly diversified and competitive investment platform. This could not be achieved without dedicated and experienced financial managers and executives who adhere to international standards and banking regulations in the financial sector.
Davos Financial Group has expanded its operations through different companies, and currently has offices in Miami, Geneva, New York, and Panam. Osio oversees the operational matters in the firm; he is part of the developing the portfolio of financial services, and he is responsible for ensuring effective management practices.