Brazil’s Private Industries Are Making A Comeback According To Financial Expert Filipe Montoro Jens

Posted in CEO on Oct 04, 2017

Brazil’s economy is the largest economy in Latin America and the eighth largest in the world. As a member of the BRICS coalition, Brazil is a valuable emerging markets on the global stage. The country is finally pulling out of the worst recession in more than 90 years. President Michel Temer is aggressively trying to complete infrastructure projects that will help rebuild the trust of foreign investors. Mr. Temer is launching tenders for concessions under the PAC program, and he is working on concessions under his “Crescer” infrastructure program. He is proposing 16 transport infrastructure concessions over the next two years. The Temer Crescer program will involve initiatives in the basic water, electric energy, sanitation, and highway sectors, according to Filipe Montoro Jens. Filipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure specialist and an experienced financial expert.

Brazil needs help with the country’s privatization program, and Jens is one of the people who is taking the lead, and he is getting things done. Brazil needs foreign investors, and Jens speaking abilities are attracting investors once again. Jens is the Chief Executive Officer of Energizer Captacao S.A., but his track record in investments and finance make him a valuable asset in Brazil’s attempt to get back in the economic swing of things. Mr. Jens investment expertise and his financial background are out there for the world to see, and his work as Director of Santo Antonio Energia enhances his credibility.

Filipe Montoro Jens is not afraid to share his views on the Brazilian government’s partnership with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development. He is a big proponent of tackling the high waste levels that impact states all over the country. Addressing the country’s basic sanitation issue is one of Jens main concerns. Jens thinks the recent partnership between the government and BNDES will help his country attract more investors in other sectors of the economy.

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