Who Is Felipe Montero Jens?
Felipe Montero Jens is a Brazilian business executive that is 46 years old. His education includes a bachelor degree in business administration from the Fundação Getúlio Vargas in Brazil. This is one of Brazil’s leading schools for public sector and private sector management careers in fields such as economics, business, law and information technology. Mr. Montero Jens also holds a masters degree in international management from Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School Of Global Management.
The work experience of Felipe Montero Jens includes working for the multinational UK based company, PricewaterhouseCoopers as a financial auditor and business consultant on executives.findthecompany.com. Mr. Montero Jens also worked for the American energy company Enron in its international finance department. Felipe Montero Jens has also previously worked for the Italian energy company Terna S.p.A., that is based in Rome and that provides utility services.
The view of Felipe Montero Jens on the recent announcement of the BNDES or National Bank for Economic and Social Development is one of cautious optimism. Felipe Montero Jens says that the private public partnership that is being proposed by the BNDES has the potential to do a lot of good. The key says Montero Jens is to have accountability now that there will be private sector companies involved in providing what has been overwhelmingly a public sector provided service.
Private sector companies can deliver cost savings and waste reductions in the water and sewer departments throughout the Brazilian states. They can invest new money into infrastructure projects that can greatly improve the sanitation services of Brazil. These same private sector companies at http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=113457657&privcapId=45984138&previousCapId=45984138&previousTitle=Energipar%20Capta%C3%A7%C3%A3o%20S.A. can also introduce new technologies to make sanitation safer and more efficient. New management practices can also be brought in that the public sector companies do not implement. Holding private firms accountable and working together with the public sector towards a common goal can be very fruitful if it is done correctly in the sanitation departments of Brazil reports Montero Jens. Read more on odebrecht.com