Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure specialist. He received his Bachelor degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation and subsequently earned his Masters degree from the Thunderbird, The American Garvin School of International Management (USA).
Felipe has said that the Brazilian government wants to increase its responsibility to citizens by investing in infrastructure projects. They will begin creating concessions for public companies who decide to fund these projects to improve residential life. Felipe Montoro Jens is well aware that just because a corporation invests in infrastructure does not mean they will use the concessions wisely. Felipe stated in an interview that the goals and practices of the corporation must be in line with the project at hand. There must be checks in place to ensure the funds are utilized properly and efficiently. He commends the BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) on their role in decreasing waste within Brazil. There needs to be a consistent effort by such prestigious companies so that the financial and economic outlook will improve.
Felipe Montoro Jens has held many high-level positions in both the private and public sphere. He has overseen the building and management of dams, water irrigation systems, and industrial plastic resins. Of the water irrigation system, and possible improvements, Jens has voiced his professional opinion that the lack of water is the main cause of funding for infrastructure projects by public companies. His expertise in the realms of finance and infrastructure have become a valuable asset to the country of Brazil.