David Osio is an integral financial advisor expert and the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Davos Financial Group, which is a financial advisory group of independent companies. David has managed to lead the firm by guiding its growth and expansion by applying his leadership and hands-on business skills. He has led the company to increased income and establishment internationally through offices located in New York, Geneva, Lisbon and Panama City.
David has mainly concentrated his efforts in developing comprehensive financial services through licensed independent companies and customized services that meet the demands of every client guaranteeing them the best services quality and confidential investment platform. His professional approach has helped Davos Financial Group to become a Financial Boutique that offers specialized services.
David Osio primary specialties include corporate and tax planning, portfolio structuring and asset management, successive planning and banking services.
David Osio has been the CEO of Davis Financial Group from 1993 to the present. He leads the company in both the domestic and international market whereby he establishes appropriate organization culture and strategic plan. He oversees the company management and ensures efficient operation and performance by making sure that the quality of services is offered to the customers.
David has also been a vice president of Commercial Banking from 1989 to 1993 before founding Davis Financial Group where he was responsible for supervising and directing the management of the private areas and the corporate of the bank. He coordinated processes and defined marketing strategies to capture and maintain customers.
In an article recently published, David has spoken as a representative of the government to show dissatisfaction with the economic measures that have been implemented in Venezuela. He also said that efforts are being placed to see greater political stability to ensure that the public debt is renegotiated.
Venezuela has been requesting the China to make extensions on payment obligations and inject new capital in mining sectors including other measures. Venezuela had also requested time of grace to change the oil prices and recoup some of the lost revenue, but Chinese government response was by increasing shipment oil costs.
David claimed that if short term debts are met by attaining requirements by economic measures, the government then will have enough ways of covering the short and medium-term obligations. Venezuela’s problem is that it has concentrated debt for a short and medium term without consideration that such rates. The problem with the region is that it has failed to have firm economic plans, and there are no clear rules for investors making it a less transparent company and therefore enough justification for punishment.
David Osio is, therefore, an excellent financial advisor and regulator as it can be seen with the company it manages and his part of Venezuela debt management crises.
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