Felipe Montoro Jens lent his expertise to French Tribune, to talk about how Brazil’s private industry is on the uptick. A worthy read for any investor looking for a foreign market with plenty of possibilities.
The world of finance includes several different areas as well as respective expertise in each of these. There are several individuals working in finance, and they are in every corner of the world. The field of finance includes areas like banking, investments, secured lending as well as acquisitions. There are individuals working in investments who need to ensure that the money and stocks of their clients are secured. In fact, their clients should be able to make a significant amount of money through these investments. These clients can even be business leaders or corporations or multi-million dollar companies. They make large investments as this is required in order to earn for the corporation or company and make it successful.
One such reputed finance professional is Felipe Monitor Jens. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Energizer Captacao S.A. He has expertise in investments as well as finance. He has also worked at Santo Antonio Energia as its Director.
In 2010 Felipe Montoro Jens was appointed as the director of Braskem S.A. He worked there till 2013. He was a board member with Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal. Then he was elected and became the Chairman of the board.
He specializes in infrastructure. This is why he gave his views on the partnership of the government of Brazil with BNDES, the National Bank for Economic and Social Development. He has always been concerned about the high waste level in states. This is because it takes away the economic wealth of the state. Hence this is a serious issue which needs to be tackled immediately. This recent partnership is going to lead to a reduction in waste. It will enhance basic sanitation as well as put a cap on the drain of financial resources. Thus it is something to be excited about. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923