Felipe Montoro Jens is a Brazilian businessman who works in the financial sector. He is a graduate of Fundacao Getulio Vargas, where he majored in finance, as well as the Thunderbird School of Global Management from which he earned an MBA in 2000. This education prepared him for the fierce world of business in Brazil. He has since been the head of project finance, a CIO, a managing director, and a CEO.
He now uses his experience as an expert in infrastructure to work as a consultant. Since 1990, the Brazilian government has used Private Public Partnerships (PPPs) to build infrastructure. In this type of arrangement, the government puts infrastructure projects up for bid and the private company that wins the bid builds the project. Felipe Montoro Jens offers his services to the government or a private company during this process and afterward.
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He has also worked in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Portugal during his career. When Felipe Montoro Jens was in the United States he worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers, one of the “Big Four” accounting firms. His time in Portugal was spent raising capital from sources in Europe and Asia. The money he raised was used to build oil and gas facilities in Latin America and Africa. While in the United Kingdom he worked in the financial industry.
When advising a client in a PPP arrangement, one of Felipe Montoro Jens’ focuses is on eliminating waste. This means building in a more sustainable and profitable way. He shows his clients how to use less energy, water, and other resources during the building process. He also shows them how to use fewer materials. This helps them build in a responsible way and helps their bottom line. He can help companies in multiple industries such as oil and gas, finance, chemical development, sewage, water concessions, and energy generation.