The Brazilian government recently announced its plans to partner with private companies in businesses, in collaboration with the National Banks for Social and Economic Development. Felipe Montoro Jens expressed his views on the topic on jusbrasil.com.br, regarding maintenance of the nation’s sanitation. According to the Trata Brasil President, Brazil will have less waste and a water drainage through the business. Felipe stated that the long experience of government owned organizations and the resourceful private firms would produce better results together. Felipe is an infrastructure expert who believes that the two bodies should prioritize the needs of the people in building the necessary facilities on dailymotion.com. He added to say that the government ought to reconsider some of the projects listed in the projects, so as to minimize unnecessary expenditures and meet the specific set goals of the contract.
Felipe Montoro Jens earned his business administration degree from Fundao Getlio Vargas. He enrolled into the American Garvin School of International Management to pursue a master’s degree in international management. He has experience in project development and finance structuring, which he gained from working with Enel Group S.P.A and Price Water House Coopers. Currently, Felipe is the chief financing officer of His company S.A which has its headquarter office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Before his present appointment, he worked in the firm’s division dealing with planning, treasury, control and corporate and project financing in both Singapore and the United Kingdom.
Felipe Montoro is on the boards of various companies in different industries, such as sugar and ethanol production firms, water and sewage companies, real estate, oil and gas. He is a council member on boards managing infrastructure, energy, and technology in Brazil. He is the chairman if Concessionária do Centro Administrativo. His previous posts as director included serving at Braskem S.A, Santo Antonio Energia, and Concesionaria Trasvase Olmos.