The government of Brazil, as well as Brazilian corporations, can always count on the infrastructure and energy specialist Felipe Montoro to help come up with strategies for financial profitability by eliminating economic waste.
Felipe Montoro is the former Chief Executive Officer and president of the Odebrecht Participadoes Investment Company as well as the previous Senior Financial Officer and Senior Investment Officer of the Odebrecht S.A. He is also a former ConcessionariaTrasvaseAlmos director and three-year director of the Braskem S.A too.
The finance guru is the current Chairperson of the S.A Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal and the Chief Executive Officer of both EnergiparCaptacao S.A and Odebercht Properties S.A. With all these experiences, it is safe to term him an expert individual and corporation financial strategist.
The government of Brazil’s looking to make improvements in the city of Rio De Janiero education system by adopting the PPP project suggested by Felipe Montoro. The Public-Private Partnership project is though out in such a way that new education units will be developed in the city with the private sector taking charge of the construction, operation, and maintenance while the public initiatives take control of the administration and the academic content. Under this project, the Brazilian government intends to develop twenty thousand new day-care education units and forty thousand new pre-school centers by the end of the year 2020. Visit infomoney.com to learn more.
There have been several studies and research carried out to ensure that this project could be implemented. The government has sought out the help of the International Finance Corporation by the World Bank Group in the planning process.
As it is, PPP has already been successfully embraced by several other countries all which sought out the World Bank Group. Felipe Montoro suggests that this method will enable education institutions to be more effective in their purpose through the segregation of the roles by the two entities. Felipe also points out that PPP would be an important tool for providing necessary facilities to the general population without the risk of losing the quality of what is already in existence.
Felipe Montoro Jens also reports, the federal government of Brazil plans to make as R $ 44 billion investment into the economy, in an effort for an opportunity of expansion and job creation. It was announced the R $ 44 billion will be an investment covering 57 projects, and across 22 sectors. The projects are scheduled to be an open bid, in order to give private entities an opportunities for expansion and growth. The federal government’s Program of Partnerships and Investment (PPI) will be orchestrating this investment.
Felipe also noted that over half of the project bidding will not take place until the end of 2018. So far Felipe Montoro Jens says the R $ 44 billion investment will include infrastructure projects, airport enhancements and upgrades, and the privatization of public enterprises. Infraero, Brazil’s government owned enterprise, that is responsible for running all the major airports in the country, is planning to sale The Brasilia, Confis (Belo Horizonte), Galeao (Rio de Janeiro) and Guarulhos (Sao Paulo). Infraero currently owns 49% of each of the airports shares.
Felipe Monotoro Jens also reported, according to Ministry of Transportation stated bidding on highway projects will take place during the last three months of President Michel Temer’s presidential term in office. The highway BR-153 connecting Anapolis (GO), and Alianca (TO) will be part of the upgrades, despite it being denied when applied by the Galvao Group. BR-364 which connects Comodoro (MT) and Porto Velho (RO), is almost 800 kilometers of road. The Ministry of Transportation also says the Port terminal concessions of Belem (PA), Vila do Conde (PA), Paranagua (PR) and Victoria (ES) are all expected to be up for biding along with the others later this year.
Felipe Montoro Jens also listed the Mint, Ceasaminas, Casemg and Docks of Espirito Santo to be privatized as part the plans for stimulation.