Brazilian identity in the 20th century was globally appreciated unlike it is now in the 21st century, thanks to economic stability then. Apparently, Brazil has been in an economic recession period which has made it lag behind technologically. Economic experts such as Felipe Montoro Jens among others have settled for a public corporation to be privatized to remedy the prevailing state.
Nelson Marchezan who is the mayor of the city of Porto Alegre has been approved to modulate the Public-Private Partnerships the municipal is likely to get involved in as a result. The Brazilian government requires that PROPAR foster good working relationship that will be of benefit to the community, municipal and the private entities. Issues that will be given priority include health, sanitation and drainage systems, lighting systems and water reservoirs.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Mr. Montoro Jens is an alumnus of Getulio Vargas Foundation where he attained his first degree. He later attained a master’s degree in International Management from American Garvin School and another one from the Thunderbird Global Management School. He has been a significant part of rebuilding the Brazilian economy under the National Privatization Program. Felipe Jens is affiliated with the Brazilian treasury division and PriceWaterHouse Coopers while undertaking innovative projects.
Felipe Montoro Jens has for a long time offered his expertise at Odebrecht Participaes e Investimentos in different locations including South Africa, Brazil, Singapore and the United Kingdom. He has also served in different capacities beginning as a General Manager, Chairman of the Board, Executive Vice President, and Director. He has been active in economy building development projects such as revamping the Agro-industrial sugar and Ethanol Company, oil, gas and renewable energy sector, sanitation, infrastructure and real estate just to mention but a few. He is currently a director at Braskem Adr and the CEO of Energia Captacao.