Felipe Montoro Jens is a well-renowned name in Brazil, particularly in the finance industry. His expertise in the infrastructural sector has seen him spearhead various projects throughout Brazil.
A recent study showed a significant number of upcoming buildings associated with the infrastructural sector remained stagnant. Felipe went into detail stating that among the 517 crippled works were essential features such as 16 airports, five railways, six ports and five waterways all fueled by the public’s revenue. He goes further to pinpoint that the resulting paralyzed works use up all the limited resources while generating nil returns for the economy. This is all fueled by how the projects are poorly executed.
Where does the problem emanate from? Many will ask. Among the main reasons why the public does not see through the completion of these projects comes from; poorly stipulated budgetary and financial policies, lack of full dedication by the contracted companies, various technical hitches, lack of well-prepared land documentation and ownership processes.
Also, Brazil’s economic crisis has contributed to the stagnating of infrastructure. Limited resources are channeled to the sector to reduce spending which eventually cuts short the life of developing buildings. The National Confederation of Industries came up with unhealthy relationships between public managers and the overseeing bodies as another reason why infrastructure remained stagnant. See more on Twitter for more information.
What is the proposed solution?
In every problem identified, experts must come up with a solution. Felipe and other CNI officials came up with various measures to prevent the stagnation.
- Come up with better-articulated plans.
- Evaluating the best implementation policies.
- Hire well-trained teams to take up the projects.
- Strengthen internal monitoring and control.
Felipe Montoro is undeniably one of the greatest minds attracting various projects that seek his professional counsel. He strives to see a complete transformation in the infrastructural industry in Brazil.