Felipe Montoro Jens Talks about the CNI Study on Brazil’s Infrastructure Sector
Felipe Montoro Jens enjoys his popularity as one of the most prominent executives in the leading Brazilian financial institutions. He is exceptionally known for his professional experience in infrastructure projects, working as a consultant on many infrastructure projects around Brazil. He is also a well-known advisor on many sectors that help in various business settings between the government of Brazil and private companies. Recently, Felipe Montoro Jens addressed the CNI study report where he highlighted that there is the need for more coordination to improve infrastructure development. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
His report on the CNI Study
Based on the CNI study on the Brazilian economy, Felipe Montoro Jens noted that the country’s infrastructure development had been crippled by various financial, operational, and technical issues. Apart from the lacking coordination and technicality of management, the investor highlighted that the country is suffering from poor coordination. Even though almost two percent of the generated revenue is channeled to infrastructure, the sector is still lagging behind.
As such, Felipe Montoro Jens proposes necessary measures that the country should put in place to improve the infrastructure development. The proposals addressed by the investor include improved planning, adoption of the right execution modality, equipping teams adequately, creating balanced contracts, and enhancing internal control. The NCI, known as the National Confederation of Industry, is the body that coordinates all trade unions.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro Jens is currently holding many positions in various companies. To add to his consultancy work, he is serving at Arboreol and Emprendimentos as the company’s chairman, and many other big corporations in South America as a director and executive officer cumulatively. Felipe Montoro Jens started his university studies in 1998, at Oregon University. He later moved to further his studies at UC Santa Barbra and obtained a degree in Spanish. Felipe then pursued a kinesiology degree in the same institution. Montoro holds a Business Administration degree from American Garvin School.