There are many challenges and barriers in the growth of the Brazilian economy, but according to Infrastructure Projects expert Felipe Montoro Jens in a report from Infomoney, the best solution for many of these hurdles is an increased financial guarantee mechanism for the private investments and infrastructure projects in Latin America. Read more at odiario.com to learn more.
Mr. Jens also argued that there has to be more research done today to lessen the risks that these private infrastructure projects would incur. It is essential for private investments to have the least amount of risk because if they do fail, it might be the government with the taxpayers’ money that would have to bail these companies out. Mr. Jens also saw the need to facilitate a program that can leverage private investments in Latin America to converging themselves to connect with projects overseas. Without such connections, Mr. Jens believes that it might be hard to grow the investments in the country to catch up with the global economic changes today. To stir up more the country’s investment activity, resources outside should be tapped.
Mr. Jens also confirmed that the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management in Brazil, Dyogo Oliveira, is doing all the best that he can to help the country reach its infrastructure goals with the help of multiple Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) today. It is also worth praising that the strategies done today by Mr. Oiveira are in line with the goals of the country and the guidelines of the IDB that set how to go through the process in the most efficient manner.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
The business world knows Felipe Montoro Jens as the CEO of EnergiparCaptação S.A, with years of experience in the field of finance and developing strategies to help companies and government institutions get the best programs to reach their target goals. He has already served many companies, but it is safe to say that it is his work at Santo Antonio Energia as its director that holistically shaped his skills, talent and energy levels to sustain the hard work needed to succeed. Read more: https://www.terra.com.br/noticias/dino/veja-com-felipe-montoro-jens-a-historia-do-processo-de-privatizacao-no-brasil,4d1cfee159791826fd7c00be88ff5defx4uhd4g6.html