Felipe Montoro Jens is a managing director at a private partnership company. He has also worked for PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Enron and Enel. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from FundaçãoGetulio Vargas in Brazil. He received his master’s degree from Thunderbird School of Global Management, Master of Business Administration, MBA, in Finance and General. A major project he has worked on is expanding the child education network in Rio De Janeiro to develop educational equipment and non-pedagogic teaching styles. He is working towards building 20,000 new day care centers, and 40,000 new preschools by the end of 2020. Visit frenchtribune.com for more info.
PPP (public-private partnership) laws in Brazil were created December 30, 2004, which established rules for an alternative government to address the scarcity of resources in the provision of public services. The PPP is a model of a contract that is established because of an administrative concession agreement that can be the Union, the States, the Federal District, Municipalities, and private partners. Brazil’s private industry is being developed more because of Felipe Montoro Jen’s work who works in finance with a need to make sure that the money and stocks of their clients are kept together with security in mind.
He has views on the partnership with Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal in Brazil as he was a board member who later became elected chairman. Jens wants to take care of waste problems in Brazil. Besides working in various roles in a private partnership company, Jens takes care of hiring at times looking for the perfect type of talent to fill a position. He worked his way to the top with available management positions made ready for him to take that job on. He has always been interested in how large corporations operate since childhood, which lead him to his life’s work as one of the most influential leaders in South America. He started the Municipal Housing Company and the Municipal Housing Secretariat for the Municipality of Sao Pablo on January 18th, 2018. This is Sao Paolo’s first Public-Private Partnership Housing Capital which is envisioning the construction of 34,00 new housing units.