Felipe Montoro Jens is the CEO. The 46-year-old venture capitalist has been able to serve several companies holding executive positions successfully. He has a strong connection with many prominent international investors and entrepreneurs. His company is a capital investment firm specializing in bridge and mezzanine investments on dailymotion.com. Most of the projects that the company invests in entail infrastructure where they undertake them from development to the maturity phase as they focus on establishing private or public partnerships on jusbrasil.com. The infrastructure of their interest is on transportation; rail, road and hydroelectric power generation. Their areas of interest include the Caribbean, Latin American and sub-Saharan Africa.
Felipe Montoro Jens holds and an undergraduate degree from a world-renowned center of quality education that promotes Brazil’s social and economic development, Fundação Getúlio Varga. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree from an institution that focuses on educating global leaders in the details of international management, Thunderbird School of Global Management. This is a strong education background that gives Felipe Montoro Jens the great leadership skills he possesses.
Felipe Montoro Jens is currently serving different companies as an executive officer including: Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo, Concesionaria Travase, AC Energia SA, Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 3 SA, Empresa de Generación Huallaga SA, and Odebrecht Administradora E Corretora De Seguros Ltda as a general manager. He is also serving as a professional in companies such as Marañon Energia SA, H2olmos.
Felipe Montoro Jens is the chairman of committees such as Arboreoland Empreendimentos Imobiliários at http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923. He also serves several company boards as a managing director. These include San Antonio Energia SA and Foz do Brasil SA among others.
Felipe Montoro Jens was one of the speakers during the 2011 world economic forum about Latin America. It was a meeting held when most nations were ready for economic growth and were willing to engage in international matters.