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An accomplished professional in the financial services industry, David Osio currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Davos Financial Group a group of independent and licensed companies, with a focus on delivering expert asset management and financial advisory services. Serving a select clientele, Davos Financial Group earned recognition as Venezuela’s first comprehensive financial advisory firm. In more recent years, it has expanded its operations, through its different companies, to sustain offices in New York City, Miami, Geneva, Panam and elsewhere. Additional information regarding the company’s services can be found at Prior to founding Davos Financial Group, David Osio served as Vice President of Commercial Banking for Banco Latino International in Miami. From 1989 to 1993, his responsibilities included supervising the management of all corporate departments, defining market strategies, and managing customer acquisitions. Mr. Osio’s efforts resulted in significant portfolio growth and helped the company to achieve a stronger international position. Earlier in his career, David Osio gained leadership experience as a Director for Escritorio Jurídico MGO in Caracas, Venezuela. David Osio studied at Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, one of the largest universities in Venezuela, completing his degree with honors in Law 1988. He went on to complete additional academic training at Instituto de Estudios Superiores Administrativos and  the New York Financial Institute. Beyond his career in financial services, Mr. Osio remains committed to providing charitable support to the Wayuu Taya Foundation and Children’s Orthopedic Hospital in Venezuela and also has a member of The Miami Symphony Orchestra.


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Davos Financial Group

VP of Commercial Banking

Banco Latino Internacional



Equity Portfolio Management

Finance Institute NY

Advance Management Program



Management Training

Swiss Bank Corporation 

United States Capital Markets

Financial Institute New York

Commercial Lending Seminar

Chase Manhattan Bank & Frost & Sullivan


Universidad Catolica Andres Bello