Felipe Montoro Jens states that Brazil has a strong identity with the State and that this presence was even more felt in the 20th century. The debt crisis is said to have led to the privatization in Brazil. The National Confederation of Industry states that it was important for Brazil to take part in the infrastructure sector so as to achieve modernization. This is one method of Brazil trying to meet its investments demands. Felipe Montoro talks of how the process developed. He states that Brazil was faced with a political environment that begun in 1930 and this led to the birth of the privatization of infrastructure.
Brazil then witnessed a prolonged growth for State the 50 years that followed and this included state-owned businesses. Privatizations became standardized economic reform platforms following the National Privatization Program that started in April 1990. The privatization process involved the petrochemical, steel and aeronautical industries. The government of Brazil passed the Concessions Law in 1955 which established some types of industries as priority privatizations. Some of these industries included electricity, transportation, banking corporations, telecommunications and sanitation. The government also approved the PPPs Act (Public Private Partnerships) in 2004 and telecommunications was the first industry to be privatized.
Felipe Montoro serves as the planner, treasurer, Chief Financial Officer as well as the controller of the finance divisions in the United Kingdom, Brazil and Singapore. He is also involved in many board memberships at different companies. He is a graduate from the Fundao Getlio Vargas. Felipe Montoro also went to Thunderbird where she managed to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in International Management. He also studied at the American Garvin School of International Management. He formerly served as the Director at the Braskem SA. Felipe Montoro has earned a reputation as an expert when it comes to the field of infrastructure.
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