He has been on the forefront of advising business arrangements that involve Brazilian government and private industries. This is what is called Public Private Partnerships (PPP). Felipe Montoro Jens is a renowned personality in the finance industry especially when it comes to infrastructure projects across Brazil.
His previous experience in various organizations has given him unassailable experience when it comes to infrastructure and finance. He has been in the project development and finance department at Enel Group S.P.A. Felipe Montoro has also worked with Luciano NitriGuidolin as well as Paulo Oliveira De Melo.
Due to his passion for PPP and infrastructure projects, he could not help reporting on the special meeting that was discussing the topic. The meeting that involved the Governors of IDB (Inter-American Development Bank) was held in Mendoza City in Argentina. In this meeting, Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management in Brazil defended the increased private investments in various infrastructure projects. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the minister also called on the IDB to launch some financial mechanisms that would leverage private investments in such projects across the Latin American region. Luis Caputo, the Finance Minister and IDB Board of Governors Chairman, concurred with Dyogo Oliveira while Garrido, the Secretary of State Economy and Business Support of Spain, named Brazil as a serene hub for Spanish investment.
There must be a convergence of infrastructure as well as connectivity and cohesion among the Latin American countries so as to achieve the projected developments. This was according to Luis Alberto Moreno, the President of IDB. He also emphasized on their efforts of ensuring gender equality policies and sustainability of environment is reinforced in their projects.
Minister Dyongo Oliveira was careful to call for investment in modern infrastructure to ensure the fourth industrial revolution is achieved. He also pointed out the various PPP that has been taking place in Brazil. As a matter of fact, across Latin America and Caribbean regions, there have been approximately 1,000 PPP projects worth $360 million. IDB gave over $12.9 billion in loans to Brazil in 2017, concludes Felipe Montoro.
Felipe Montore Jens studied at Oregon University, UC Santa Barbra, FundaoGetlio Vargas, and also at American Garvin School. He holds BA in Spanish and History, Degree in Business Administration and Postgraduate degree in the same field. He has a Masters in Health Promotion and Kinesiology.