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Davos Real Estate Group Announces New App

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David Osio has owned and operated the Davos Financial Group for over 20 years. He has developed it into one of the most successful real estate investment group in South America during that time. One of the reasons that his real estate investment group has been so successful is because of the fact that those that run it are always looking for new ways to help investors and new ways to use technology to aid customers in their quest for financial gain. Their latest development is no exception to the culture that Davos has created over the last 20 years or so.

David Osio and his executive directors; Gerard Gonzalez and Pablo Bausili announced to board members that they are releasing a new mobile application for investors with the group. The application is called the Davos CAP Calculator. The name of the application says it all when it comes to what it does. It is a calculator. The calculator is primarily used by customers to help predict what kind of return on investment they will receive on any property that they are interested in.

The CAP calculator took over 6 months for Davos to development in partnership with a technology company. The calculator can calculate ROI based on any variables that the investor may have regarding a given property. This includes property tax rates, ecological concerns on bigger properties, and renovations that are needed in order to make the property viable.

Osio has used his years of experience as both a financial legal representative and an investor to help make this app as useful as possible. Osio got his start as a young lawyer in Venezuela in the financial industry. He started in the early 80s and worked his way up to representing some of the biggest corporations in the nation. During this time, he acquired a vast amount of knowledge about financial regulations and investing itself. Learn more: https://www.visualcv.com/davidosio

He then decided to take this knowledge and form his own investment group. He moved to Miami, FL in the early 1990s and start Davos Financial Group. The Davos Real Estate Group operates within this group. Since then he has grown this financial group into one of the biggest investment firms operating in South America.

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Stephen P. Murray – CEO, Philanthropist, and Family Man

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Stephen Murray CCMP Capital was born in New York, on August 2, 1962. He was the Co-Founder and former CEO of CCMP (Chemical Ventures, Chase Capital, Manufacturers Hanover Capital/JP Morgan Partners), a private equity firm of New York. Mr. Murray was a 1984 Boston University grad, with an Economics degree.

He entered the Credit Analyst Training Program with the Manufacturers Hanover Corp. in 1984 and finished the program in 1989. He was also a 1989 Columbia Business School grad, with a Business Administration degree. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/stephen-p-murray#/entity

The very busy Mr. Murray then became a member of Manufacturers Hanover’s leveraged finance unit within their private equity group, which was purchased by and melded with Chemical Bank Venture Partners, in 1991. After another merger in 1996, with Chase Manhattan Corp., the company was re-named Chase Capital Partners.

In 2005 Stephen P. Murray was at the head of JP Morgan Partners’ buyout business sector. In the middle of 2006, Mr. Murray became the Co-Founder of CCMP Capital. He became the President and CEO of CCMP in 2007.

Stephen P. Murray served in many capacities as his career went through its developments into his becoming the Co-Founder and CEO of CCMP Capital in 2007, but these were not his only endeavors. He was also on the board of many well-known businesses.

A few examples are Aramark, AMC Entertainment, and Cabela’s, and Vice-Chairman of The Board at Boston College. Mr. Murray also supported many other businesses and foundations, such as Columbia Business School, Make A Wish Foundation of New York, Boston College, and many others.

Mr. Murray stepped down from his position as CEO of CCMP Capital and relinquished his title to Mr. Greg Brenneman, who had been the second in command. He left his position because of an illness which took his life only a month later (8/2/62 – 3/12/2016).

Mr. Stephen Murray was only 52 years old when he passed away and he leaves his wife, Tami Murray, four sons, and many other family members and friends, including those he worked with at CCMP Capital. Stephen Murray was a kind and giving man and a great businessman. He is, and will continue to be, missed by many.