Felipe Montoro Jens: Expert in Sanitation and Business

Felipe Montoro Jens participated in the GLA forum for increasing opportunities in Brazil. The form was a meeting of some of Brazil’s most influencial businesspeople. Financiers, bankers, brokers, and government infrastructure contractors were attendance. Felipe Montoro Jens said that certain companies have the best structure in terms of government contracts for infrastructure. About the forum, he said, “CO & CIO are good writers and write good articles about infrastructures.” He feeles that the best format for a seminar is one that brings together the elements necessary for open discussion and meeting of the minds.

Many events going on in the same place. The GLA is set up so that proximity of buildings is efficient; one event will be held in a specific location and the hotels or other seminars will be close by. Many benefactors are able to meet and discuss new projects, private conversations, and more general views of organizations. Opportunities to talk to investors are in abundance. Banks, multilaterals, and portfolio managers were there to help facilitate the flow of funds into infrastructure projects. Felipe felt this was an invaluable opportunity to get funding and exchange ideas for projects in infrastructure.

Felipe Montoro Jens began working in the public sector in the field of finance. After this, he decided to work in the high-profile private sector. He is now an infrastructure expert. He also held a rewarding position as Director of Concesionaria Trasvase Olmos S.A. where he operated, oversaw, and maintained the Trasvase of the Olmos project (water irrigation systems in Brazil). Of the water irrigation system, and possible improvements, Jens has voiced his professional opinion that the lack of water is the main cause of funding for infrastructure projects by public companies. The president said that the present Brazilian circumstance requires the average meticulousness of such associations so that there is a huge change in the budgetary circumstance of open foundations, says Felipe Montoro Jens.