Felipe Montoro Jens is a Sao Paulo, Brazil-based businessman. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. His specialty is negotiating Public Private Partnerships (PPPs). This type of agreement involves private companies being built for the public’s benefit. Things that are built through PPPs include schools, hospitals, sanitation, and roads.
He helps eliminate economic waste. Felipe Montoro Jens shows companies and governments how to operate more efficiently and eliminate wasteful spending. He helps companies be more profitable and governments make better use of taxpayer money. He has a business degree that he earned at one of Brazil’s top business schools, the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He also holds an advanced degree that he earned at Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management.
He has worked around the world. In 2015, for instance, Felipe Montoro Jens took a job in Portugal. His job was to raise capital for projects from investors in both Europe and in Asia. The money was used to develop oil and mining projects in Latin America and Africa.
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One PPP project that he has been closely monitoring is that of a new children’s hospital that is being built in Teresina, Brazil. A government official said that by having a private company build this hospital for the government it would get built much faster. There is a great need in Teresina for a new children’s hospital so time is of the essence on this project.
The current Teresina children’s hospital only accepts patients up through age 16, Felipe Montoro Jens reported. The new hospital will be able to help kids up through age 18. Right now, kids that are 16 to 18 and in need of care in a hospital have to be transported to children’s hospitals in other cities. Once the hospital is completed the Teresina government will staff it.