Davos Real Estate Group or otherwise known as REG is one of the independent entities that makes up the Davos Financial Group. Early last year, the financial group’s CEO, David Osio accompanied REG executive directors including Pablo Bausili and Gerard Gonzalez in unveiling the Davos CAP Calculator. The new mobile application from the Davos Real Estate Group was launched in a bid to aid customers in estimating the return on real estate investments.
Six months before launching the application, Gerard Gonzalez had worked in close collaboration with Tecknolution on both the development and design of the tool. This led to the birth of the Davos CAP Calculator, which helps a person to get the estimated gain of an investment asset, especially after factoring in the expenses of the particular property.
The application was developed to serve all customers regardless of their mobile phones devices. As such, the company made sure that the app was designed on the current technology platforms. Thus, Android or iPhone users can easily access the tool. The Davos CAP Calculator was the start of a series of complementary applications, which boast of the ability to spot properties using mobile phones and forward historical real estate information to a Davos agent through interactive means.
Over the years, David Osio has cemented his reputation as one of the distinguished professionals in the financial service industry. He is the CEO of the prominent Davos Financial Group, which is a group of licensed and independent companies. The success of the financial group has been propelled by the desire to deliver professional financial and asset management advisory services. In fact, the group boasts of a reputation as the first comprehensive financial advisory firm in Venezuela. Since its establishment, Osio has steered the expansion of the group into numerous locations outside Venezuela including Panama, Geneva, Miami New York City and many others.
Before founding the Davos Financial Group, David Osio worked for other organizations and companies. One of his prominent roles includes serving as the vice president of commercial banking for Banco Latino International in Miami. He has also worked for Escritorio Juridico MGO in Caracas as its director. Apart from his vast level of experience, Osio is also well-educated. In fact, he graduated with a law degree from one of Venezuela’s largest universities. Later on, he pursued other educational accomplishments in other institutions such as the New York Financial Institute and the Instituto de Estudios Superiores Administrativos.