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Felipe Montoro Jens Report on Public-Private-Partnerships

Felipe Montoro Jens studied at Getulio Vargas Foundation where he received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration. He advanced his studies by doing Masters in International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management. Mr. Jens has been of service to the board at Braskem SA. His services have extended to Terna S.P.A as a financial advisor. Other companies that have benefited from his expertise include PricewaterhouseCoopers and Enron.

Felipe, a specialist in Infrastructure Projects, attended a meeting of the Management Council of the Municipal Program of Partnerships (PROPAR / POA) and the Partnership Management Council (CGP). The meeting was held to discuss priorities of the municipal administration. Paying key interest in public clocks, sanitation services, Hospital Materno Infantil Presidente Vargas, Guaiba water park and public lighting. According to an article by Felipe Montoro Jens, the mayor of Porto Alegre, (RS) Nelson Marchezan believes that Public-Private-Partnerships will solve the current financial crisis currently experienced in Brazil. He says the partnerships will be incorporated in municipal administration. Being the president of the CGP, the mayor is tasked with governing and leading the public supervision of projects as per the modalities set. Mayor Marchezan aims at improving services offered to citizens at Porto Alegre through a valuable partnership with National Bank for Economic and Social Development.

Montoro reports that The Partnership Management Council will be responsible for planning and execution of Public-Private-Partnerships in a transparent manner. Other members of the partnership include the vice mayor, Infrastructure Projects specialist, Felipe Montoro Jens, and secretaries of Finance, Planning, Economic Development, Management, Strategic Partnerships, Transparency, Institutional Relations and the Comptroller General.

Trata Brasil’s chief, Edison Carlos, recently expressed his opinions on waste management through improvement of terms of management, structural and resource areas. He heads a sanitation company that is reliant on public power. He further highlights the resource gap in public facilities and notes that most private companies have access to efficient and reliable technology to manage resources. Through concessions, agreements can be instituted to make proper decisions and successful execution of projects.

Find out more about Felipe Montoro Jens: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2017/03/felipe-montoro-jens-fala-sobre-parcerias-publico-privadas-no-brasil/2348581/

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