As an infrastructure specialist and a vastly experienced Brazilian corporate leader, Felipe Montoro Jens has unrivaled insight knowledge on the history and the inner workings of Brazilian infrastructural privations and Public Private Partnerships Act (PPPs). He notes that the move towards infrastructural privatization, concessions and establishment of PPPs began in the late 1980s. It began by the powerful state gradually privatizing several state-owned businesses and opening state-controlled sectors to privatization. However, it was in 1990 when privatization became a recognized and standard economic reform policy with several industries and sectors privatized including aeronautical and steel industries under the National Privatization Program.
This was followed by several policy changes that included introduction of concessions and PPPs. This saw the wholesome privatization of several sectors including telecommunications. To safeguard and improve the quality and standards of capital privatization, the government collaborated with the private sector to establish National Economic and Social Development Bank (BNDES).
Journey Towards Corporate Leadership
Felipe Montoro Jens’s decades of experience as a top notch corporate within the vast Brazilian corporate sector is founded on excellent academic background, professional versatility and excellent management acumen. Over the years, he has continued to improve professionally by studying several business management courses. He first graduated from the prestigious Fundao Getlio Vargas (FGV) with a degree in business administration. He later joined Thunderbird School of Global Management where studied for his Master’s degree in International Management at its The American Garvin School of International Management.
These professional improvements have played a critical role in Felipe Montoro Jens’s longevity and success in the corporate sector. His vast management experience includes decades of excellent service delivery in high profile management positions in some of the largest corporations in Brazil. He currently holds numerous management positions in several companies including San Antonio Energia SA where he serves as a director. Many corporations have also sought his leadership and management skills as a principal and senior executive officer.