Felipe Montoro Jens is the Chief Executive Officer of EnergiparCaptacao S.A., and recently, after attending the Special Meeting of the Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank, broke down the perspectives of many of the key speakers. The conference, which was held in Mendoza, Argentina, was called specifically to discuss the increase in private funding regarding the improvement of the Brazilian infrastructure. The IDB’s Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, Dyogo Oliveira, publicly supported the noticeable increase in private funding, but also stated that there would be a need for a “financial guarantee mechanism.” Read more about Montoro Jens at mundodomarketing.com
In Dyogo Oliveira’s estimation, increased studies by the Inter-American Development Bank regarding new solutions in project risk management is also a necessity for the continued growth of Brazil’s infrastructure. Felipe Montoro Jens also reported that Diego Lopez Garrido backed Dyogo Oliveira’s position, believing that Brazil should be the number one country concerning Spanish investment, most notably, due to the growth of its dynamic economic markets. The last decade has seen significant increases regarding water quality, sanitation, and the roads of Brazil, but many of the leaders of the Inter-American Development Bank believe that, due to the arrival of a new industrial revolution throughout the region, more efforts should be aimed at modernizing the infrastructure.
Felipe Montoro Jens also discussed the perspective of the President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, who believes that the rapid increases regarding connectivity throughout the region, calls for increased private capital, as continued growth is not sustainable without it. Along with the proposed infrastructural changes made by the representatives of the IDB, they also discussed the improvements being made concerning gender and social equality. Many of these changes have been made possible through the use of Public-Private Partnerships, which, over the last decade, have garnered in excess of $360 billion.