Felipe Montoro Jens is a Brazilian expert and consultant on infrastructure projects throughout Brazil. He is however well known in the finance industry after working in large multinational companies such as PricewaterhouseCoopers and Enron and Enel.
He started his college education in 1998 at Oregon University, changing universities to UC Santa Barbra, in the same year. He has a Bachelor degree in Spanish and History. Moreover, he has a Masters degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion.
Progressing his ambition through education at FundaçãoGetulio Vargas/Brazil, one of the best schools in Brazil, where he obtained a postgraduate business degree. Thunderbird School of Management, to further upgrade his business degree, the management school was an extension of FundaçãoGetulio Vargas. He also attended the American Graduate School of International Management School. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at terra.com
After graduating, his consistent ambition led him to the competitive business world where he found his chief base in Brazilian business. He was able to network across six different industries, such as chemical development, energy generation, water, and waste concessions.
Companies he aided include Braskem, Atvos, and FOZ. Felipe is also known for acting as an intermediary between the Brazilian government and the private industry sector. This agreement went on to be known as the PPP (Public Private Partnership).
In 2015, he was offered a position in Portugal which he gladly accepted, to raise capital in European and Asian markets. Another responsibility he had was the overseeing of new capital investments. This granted him the skill and information on various oil, mining, and energy markets in developing countries such as Africa and Latin America.
With 25 years under his belt, Felipe Jens served as a Board Member and Chairman at Braskem, Atvos, OR, FOZ, and Santo Antonio Energia.
He is currently in-charge of striping group assets brought about by the PPP, following the changes being made in its financial build-up.
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