Brazilian Infrastructure Specialist Calls for Monitoring and Evaluation of Concession Contracts

Waste management and scarcity of clean water are problems that have plagued the country of Brazil for years now. There has been a lack of proper infrastructure to offer these services. In response, the Brazilian government has partnered with the National Bank for Economic Development, BNDES to subsidize the cost of providing these services. The government is also planning to fix loopholes in concession contracts to ensure efficient execution of its infrastructure projects.

Felipe Montoro Jens, an expert in infrastructure services, applauded the initiative taken by the government of Brazil. In one interview, Felipe pointed out that the proposed development will enhance the lives of people. Carlos Edison, the president of Trata Brazil, who was in the same interview, also expressed a similar opinion. Felipe shared from his experience as a public financier that efficient use of the provided resources is, however, not guaranteed without proper monitoring and evaluation.

Felipe Montoro is a prominent Brazilian investor and infrastructure specialist. He has a vast of experience in the industry and has led some of Brazil’s largest companies. He is currently leading Energipar Captação S.A as its Chief Executive Officer, CEO. Before joining Energipar Captação S.A, he worked, at different times, as the Chairman and Director of Concessionária do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A and Concesionaria Trasvase Olmos S. A. respectively. He was also a director at Braskem S.A.

Mr. Felipe Montoro is recognized internationally for his leadership skills and success in business. He has shared his knowledge and expertise with the world by giving talks in international business events. Besides, Felipe has begun to educate Brazil’s future investment professionals by holding seminars and lectures in business universities. He has as well shared his valuable knowledge by writing business articles. Mr. Felipe Montoro urges organizations to help improve the economic and social well-being of the Brazilian people.

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