For every development project to be actualized and come to see the light of the day, there must be some underlying plans which act as a roadmap to the real project manifestation. Many governments in the word just allocate a certain portion of the money to fund a certain project without fully deliberating on how the money will be distributed. This is where infrastructure and project specialists like Felipe Montoro Jens spring up with his Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative to align properly the direction in which the money should flow. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
In Brazil, there is a government facet called Program for Partnerships and Investments (PPI) which is tasked with the responsibility of distributing the money released by the government on various projects and consequently delegate who should carry out the project. It is mandated to create a relationship with private sectors so as to maintain economic growth, the creation of jobs and entire development. Basically, it enhances a private-public relationship.
PPP in Rio, Brazil was established for the purpose of overseeing construction of various schools and daycare in which there is a target by 2020. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the IFC of the World Bank Group has been on the forefront of financing these projects. Within the PPP, the private partner who has been allocated a certain project to execute will be responsible for not only constructing but also for the maintenance of the project.
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is basically a contract structure which is entered by various government offices (public) like the Municipalities, States, counties, etc. with private sectors and entities. PPP was established in 2004 to enable the government to execute its project more efficient for purposes of economic development.
Felipe Montoro Jens has served a variety of organizations like Odebrecht Properties and EnergiparCaptacao where he is the CEO and Odebrecht Participacoes e Investments where he served as the CEO and President. He has served at Odebrecht S.A as the Senior Finance Officer and Senior Investment Officer. Felipe is the Chairman at Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo, he served at Santo Antonio Energia, ConcesionariaTrasvase Olmos, and Braskem as the Director. If PPP projects of Jens are emphasized then development is a must. Visit: http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens