The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) on March 24 this year had a special meeting that was held in Mendoza, Argentina. Dyogo Oliveira who is the minister for planning, development, and Management at that meeting suggested and defended the need for increased private investments in infrastructure schemes in Brazil. Mr. Oliveira emphasized the need for creating financial guarantee systems that are to influence private investments in infrastructure plans for Latin America as reported by Felipe Montoro Jens an infrastructure projects specialist. The same was supported by Argentina’s finance minister and chairman of the board of governors of the bank Luis Caputo. Minister Oliveira further said that the new investments in the countries with support from IDB would be essential especially in the coming fourth industrial revolution. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at terra.com
Felipe Montoro Jens further reports that as per IDB president Luis Alberto Moreno, the challenges that are common in Latin America include the convergence of infrastructure and also improved connectivity between countries because the investments happen to be below where they should be. According to the president, the region will not achieve the needed development necessary for growth without meeting those terms. Moreno further said that the bank has tailored to the current social demands and hence has toughened gender equality policies and also ecological sustainability in the implementation of projects. As per the report by Jens, Brazil was able to receive around 12.9 billion dollars in 2017 which is 20% more of what they received in 2016.
Felipe Montoro Jens is the CEO of EnergiparCaptacao S.A and also serves as the chairman of Concessinaria do Centro Administrativo does Distrito Federal S.A. he has a lot of experience in financial strategy and finance for corporations and individuals focusing in infrastructure. Jens has a business degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation which among the best business school. He as went to Thunderbird School of Global Management which is part of Arizona State University. After graduation, Felipe Montotro Jens joined the Brazilian corporate. Jens was never specializing in one thing, and he made several affiliations which gave him the opportunity to gain a lot of experience in many new industries including energy generation, chemical development and many more.
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