2019 marks the fifth year since the 2015 economic recession, one of the most challenging times in Brazil’s recent history. During this time, the financial situation was bleak, as the deficit continued to balloon, while the job market shrank. The economic calamity, coupled with political corruption had an unforgiven grip on Brazil. Felipe Montoro Jens, a native of Sau Paulo, Brazil is a financial consultant and economic strategist played an essential role during these times. With over 25 years of experience, Felipe worked closely with public and private sectors decision-makers to form calculated plans to right the economic ship.
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Felipe has attended schools in North America and Brazil where he studied business administration, kinesiology, health promotion, history, and Spanish. Felipe speaks three languages, Portuguese, English, and Spanish fluently, which has helped during his extensive international professional career. Adding value throughout his career, Felipe has filled leadership roles at Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 3 SA, Arboreoland Empreendimentos Imobiliários, Fonte Nova Negocios e Participaçoes SA, AC Energia SA, Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 2, Empresa de Generación Huallaga SA, Concesionaria Travase Olmos and H2olmos, Peru Inversiones En Infraestructura SA and Marañon Energia SA, Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo. The Fundao Getlio Vargas alum, Felipe uses his skill set to create and implement effective financial strategies.
In 2018, the federal government of Brazil gave the green light on a R$44 billion investment to implement 57 projects all over the country. Felipe Montoro Jens detailed the 22 sectors included in this wave of financial investments, which include hundreds of infrastructure projects. Many of the projects would involve the transportation industry; various government ran companies and government spending. Infraero sold thirteen of the airports it manages. Infraero is a publicly owned company that maintains and supports the airports in Brazil. There were also projects implemented to repair BR 153 and 364, which accounts for more than 800 kilometers.
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