Felipe Montoro Jens is among the most respected businessmen in his native Brazil. An expert on all aspects of finance, throughout his career he has helped create unique solutions to solve problems with infrastructure. In a country that’s still developing, his skill set is incredibly valuable.
Public-private partnerships are a particular specialism of his. Brazil is the largest country in South America, by both land area and population. However, it’s still developing. The public sector struggles to provide adequate services in many ways. Montoro Jens has helped create public-private partnerships throughout the country. These deals help to make things in Brazil run more smoothly.
In Maranhão, Felipe Montoro Jens has helped devise a solution for the overcrowded prison system. By infusing the public sector system with private sector capital, the prisons will be able to safely accommodate 4,000 more people. This is extremely helpful, as crime has been a real problem in recent years.
In the transportation sector, Montoro Jens has helped the government of Bahia improve its transit system. Instead of operating an outdated suburban rail service, the Light Rail Vehicle Project will be expanded. This improved system will be able to serve over 1 million passengers.
All told, Felipe Montoro Jens has had a hand in over 23 public-private partnership contracts. They are valued at over 28 billion reales. These partnerships are win-wins. Private companies make money for their investors and create jobs. The state is able to supply services efficiently. Most importantly, the population of Brazil gets the services they so urgently need.