True to his advice to the upcoming generation of always being focused on what they want to achieve, Felipe Montoro Jens has been focused in bring major revolutions in the entire finance industry across Brazil. Being a renowned expert in matters to do with infrastructure projects in Brazil, he is very essential in creating links and arrangements known as PPPs between the government and various private sectors.
In his recent reporting on the unique meeting of Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) Governors, that was held in Mendoza city in Argentina, Felipe Jens noticed the emphasize that was put by Dyogo Oliveira on the rise of private investments in various infrastructure projects across Brazil. Dyongo Oliveira who is the “Minister of Planning and Development”, also stressed on having financial guarantee methods that will leverage private investments in various infrastructure projects across Latin America region. Visit consultasocio.com to learn more
According to Felipe Montoro Jens’ reporting, the raised concern by Oliveira was supported by Luis Caputo who is the Finance Minister of Argentina and also serves in the IDB as the Chairman of the bank’s Board. Garrido, the Secretary of State for Spain’s Economy and Business Support went ahead and explained the changes in the markets in the Latin America region and named Brazil as one of the priority countries where Spanish investments are focusing.
Minister Oliveira called on the need for the countries that are supported by the IDB to invest more on the modern infrastructure so as to actualize the 4th industrial revolution. Felipe Montoro also reported what the President of IDB, Luis Alberto Moreno suggested. According to the President, the Latin America region will never see the development it is looking for if there is no connectivity between various countries. The need for this convergence of infrastructure is because the required and necessary investments are too far below the needed.
President Moreno also said that they have responded to the emerging social demands as a bank and have implemented matters to do with gender equality and environmental sustainability in their various project developments. Oliveira noted that every step taken by the Brazilian government especially in encouraging PPPs, which have increased in Brazil, are in line with the vision of the region and of the bank.