The real estate sector is one of the most lucrative industries that people can invest in according to David Osio. However, Osio also believes that investing in this area can be tricky. For one to succeed, he or she should be willing to learn new things about residential and commercial developments. David Osio and his real estate team developed a tool that updates investors on the emerging trends in the real estate sector. Investors can use the information obtained from the tool to invest wisely.
David Osio launched a new mobile app through Davos Real Estate Group. The app can be installed on handheld devices such as Android and iPhone. As the CEO of the institution, he is confident that the app will help people in identifying potential residential and commercial structures for purchasing. Speaking during the official launch of the app, Osio said that the new tool also strives to provide financial advice on real estate investment to clients. He also pointed out that customers can utilize the application when looking for properties. The application can help them compare the prices of each property and use this information in financial planning.
Osio’s Davos Financial Group of Companies always strives to foster corporate responsibility. The companies are affiliated with non-profit institutions for charity purposes. They focus on promoting culture and arts as part of their charity work. The UMA Foundation, Fundana Foundation, and the Miami Symphony Orchestra are beneficiaries of Davos’ financial support.
David Osio’s Academic and Career Background
David J. Osio is the talented entrepreneur who started Davos Financial Group. The institution is headquartered in Venezuela and has been in operation for the last 24 years. After Osio founded the company, it has always been on the front line in responding to clients’ unique financial demands. Davos Financial Group consists of seven licensed and independent companies. These companies have their operational headquarters in New York, Miami, Panama, and Geneva. Osio is an alumnus of Venezuela-based Catholic University Andres Bello. He also attended the IESA for a degree in international banking law.
Before establishing DFG, Osio was the chief executive officer and president of OPED Enterprise. He also structured marketing projects that were used in the advancement of LETCO Commercial Companies. In 1984, he shifted his career to banking law after being employed by MGO. At the law firm, he handled banking law demands of Ferro Corporation and Consolidated Bank. Banco Latino International was also pleased to have hired Osio as a private banking executive. He held the position for a short while and rose to the vice president position.