CFO Davos Financing

David Osio is the creator and Chief Executive Officer of Davos Financial Group established in 1993 in Miami,Florida whose spotlight is on administering professional monetary management as well as economic recommendation resources. http://www.davidosio.com/

Catering to an elite clientele they possess the profound reputation as Venezuela’s primary extensive financial counseling firm. They have increased their undertaking specialty through their various companies to opening up branches in New York City, Miami, Florida, Geneva Switzerland, and Panama, just to name a few.

Davos Financial Group provides their clientele with the essential skills mandatory to expand their horizons of business and personal equity investment. They have gained recognition for implementing uncommon formation of personalized financial recommendations for advantageous prospects, constructed to present concrete expenditure resolutions to guard and optimize their client’s assets and determine the efficiency of portfolios and supply comprehensible declarations that furnish clients with secure appraisal of their financing.

They build total evaluations of market probabilities and investment strategy under a commitment expressed by variegation and autonomy of principles and commodities.

Periodically they appraise and stabilize financial investments supported by market involvements, restraints from a legal platform,and the jeopardy of regional diversity.

Davos Financial Group designs financial investments that benefit the business demands of their exclusive clients which include corporations, government branches, private and public foundations.

They assess achievement objectives, cash needs, accessibility of funds, gamble indulgence of each client when implementing a plan of action.

David Osio completed his initial education at Universidad Catolico Andres Bello, in Venezuela, from which he graduated with a degree in law in 1988 along with accolades in banking finance. Afterwards he decided to pursue his education further at Estudios Superiores Administrativos and the New York Financial Institute.

Early in his chosen career of financial planning he achieved leadership expertise and status as Director for Escritorio Juridicio MGO in Caracas, Venezuela.

David Osio was appointed Vice President of Commercial Banking for Banco Latino International in Miami, Florida from 1989 to 1993, where his duties pertained to monitoring administration of all corporate departments, characterizing market strategies, regulating clients’ acquirement.

His amazing and stupendous endeavors innovated an impressive outcome in portfolio escalation and assisted the company in attaining a more steadfast and stable international stature.

He is actively involved in charitable contributions to the Wayuu Taya Foundation and Childcare’s Orthopedic Hospital in Venezuela.

The Davos Financial Foundation For Development of Economics and Arts, Inc. was established and incorporated in 2010.

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Venezuelan President Threatens Veto of Amnesty Law

The amnesty law that was passed by the Venezuelan parliament has met opposition from President Nicolas Maduro according to a Corporation Wiki report. The amnesty law would free opposition leaders like Antonio Ledezma and Leopoldo Lopez as well about seventy-three other political prisoners. Supporters of the amnesty law as well as the families of the political prisoners are celebrating the approval of the law. Amidst the celebration, however, there is still a gnawing fear in the back of each supporters like Norka’s mind. The fear of President Maduro and his promise to veto the amnesty law. President Maduro served as foreign minister to the former Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez. Maduro held this office from 2006 to 2013. In 2013 Chavez died of cancer. After the death of Chavez, Maduro took on the presidential duties temporarily until being formally elected. April 14, 2013, he was elected president after narrowly beating his opponent, Henrique Capriles, by the narrow margin of 1.5% of the vote. President Maduro can only veto the bill one time. After it is vetoed the opposition will have the opportunity to go the proceeders of reintroducing the bill. Reintroduction of the bill would then put the matter into the hands of the Supreme Court of Venezuela. President Maduro currently controls this Supreme Court, but for now, the opposition can celebrate at the thought of hope and freedom.