Recently, Felipe Montoro Jens, an infrastructure projects expert, reported the National Confederation of Industry (CNI) study on stationary works in Brazil. In the report, Felipe highlighted that according to data provided by the Ministry of Planning, 2,796 projects had been paralyzed in Brazil. Out of these, 517 are closely related to the infrastructure sector. Felipe Montoro Jens went on to add that technical problem, budgetary issues and issues relating to land ownership were the main reasons for the halt.
To put an end to this menace, Felipe stated that some key measures must be put into place. For instance, there should be an improvement in macro-planning and efficient execution of micro-planning. Furthermore, the responsible parties should evaluate the most appropriate execution modality and design more balanced contracts. If people took the survey by CNI seriously, and such factors implemented then there would not be a repeat of such instances in the future. Read this article about Montoro Jens at empresassa.com
Based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Felipe Montoro Jens is the Chief Executive Officer of Energipar Captacao SA and a guru when it comes to matters involving finance and financial strategy. Felipe attended the Getulio Vargas Foundation and earned his undergraduate degree in business. Felipe went on to further his studies at the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He went this far to establish a unique brand in the finance industry.
Upon completion, Felipe Montoro Jens worked tirelessly to make a name for himself in the corporate world, and within no time he found his footing. Over the years, Felipe has worked in numerous industries from chemical manufacturing firms to energy generation among others. Enron, Atvos, Braskem are some of the firms Felipe Montoro Jens has worked with. Currently, Mr. Felipe focuses mainly on infrastructure. This involves managing waste and offering solutions to governments and companies on profitable and responsible ways to dispose of waste.