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Felipe Montoro Jens contributions through his infrastructure career

Felipe Montoro Jens has been playing a great role at the Energipar Captação S.A. His motions have always been success oriented and to the development of the businesses. His very recent contribution was heard at the end of 30th June when matters concerning concessions and public, private partnerships were being discussed.

The discussions were being chaired by Nelson Marchezan Junior who was leading the management council of the municipal program of partnerships (Proper).

As an expert in infrastructure, Felipe maintained that for concessions, the main key factors that are worth discussions at the time should include improvement of infrastructure.

This includes public lighting, sanitation projects, construction of new headquarters at the hospital of Materno, public markets as well as the development of the Guaiba River Park. He maintained that it is only through these areas that they could be able to define priorities areas and services that the government would seek partnership with private enterprises.

In his other fields that he has served along his career include a CEO at Energipar Captação where he had also served the position of a senior officer of Investment. He also serves as a chairman and an executive officer at the Concessionaria Interoceanica. In all these areas, Felipe is said to have always left a legacy by always keeping a good record of any task committed to him.

His success in all the above positions is said to have been shaped by his educational background. He is a former student at the Getulio Vargas Foundation where he received his very undergraduate degree in infrastructure. From here he further went ahead and pursued a graduate degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

It is this exposure from the two institutions that gave him a leeway onto his commitment. More to this, the experience he has been gathering from the many institutions he has been working with has played a vital role in making him whom he is today.

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