Felipe Montoro Jens is a renowned expert when it comes to the investment sector, and he is also an established infrastructure specialist. He is also a guru in the industry of finance, and having worked in the industry for several years, he has garnered a very wide experience. Montoro is a great leader and has served in various leadership positions inluding being the Chairman of the Board of directors at the Concessionaire do Centro Administrative do Distrito Federal in South America. He served the position from 2010 to 2013. Mr. Felipe is the Chief executive Officer of the Odebrecht Properties where he also serves as the senior officer of finance and investments. Learn more at consorciocorretora.com for more info.
Felipe Montoro Jens began his career at a low rank position, but he always dreamt that one day he will serve at the top. Though he had no idea of when that would happen, he remained focused and determined towards achieving his goal. His hard work was impressive not only to his clients but also the bosses. It fortunately did not take Mr. Felipe a long time before he became one of the Brazil’s highest ranked corporate leaders.
While he was young, Felipe Montero’s interest was mainly getting to comprehend how large corporations work. This fueled him to pursue an undergraduate degree in business at the Getulio Vargas foundation, and later on acquired a graduate degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Mr. Felipe is largely involved with the Public-Private Partnership project abbreviated (PPP). In the Brazil’s Reo de Janeiro Municipality, the PPP is to construct new daycare centers and pre- schools before the end of the year 2020. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, this project targets to construct thirty four thousand housing units in Sao Paulo in a period of about six years, that is, from the year 2018 to 2023.
The (PPP) is also dealing with public lighting in Brazil. This has already been done in Belo Horizonte and other several municipalities. Felipe Montoro Jens says that by the year 2021, Reo De Janeiro, Brazil’s capital city, will have all its lighting points with LED technology. In spite of all these achievements, Mr. Montoro continues to work extra hard.