Felipe Montoro Jens has made a real difference in the world through his exceptional leaderships, entrepreneurial abilities, and philanthropic initiatives. He has served on many premier companies and board of governance. For instance, Jens sits on the executive committee of Odebrecht where he leads the board members in developing the strategic vision of the firm. He is a senior employee of Odebrecht S.A., holding the role of chief financial officer. Felipe Montoro Jens is in charge of Odebrecht Participaes e Investimentos popularly known as OPI.
Felipe Montoro Jens has gained operations management skills by holding senior positions in Odebrecht Group’s divisions, including controlling, corporate, treasury, planning, project management, and corporate finance. He has served on the governing councils of subsidiaries of Odebrecht, such as Odebrecht Agroindustrial that specializes in sugar and ethanol, Odebrecht Realizaes Immobilirias, an authority in real estate sector on jusbrasil.com, and renewable energy generation firm called Odebrecht Energia.
Felipe Montoro Jens has held a senior position at the structure finance and project development division of Terna S.P.A. He has also led the global structured financial department of Enron. PriceWaterhouseCoopers has benefited from his unique auditing and consulting abilities on checkdirector.co.uk.
When it comes to educational background, Felipe Montoro Jens is admirably well spoken. He graduated from Fundao Getito Vargas (FGV) with a business administration degree. He acquired his postgraduate in international management from the U.S.-based Thunderbird.
Felipe Montoro Jens is a versatile individual. He attended the 2011 world Economic Forum on Latin America as a guest speaker. The conference took place at the perfect time in the history of Latin America, with many nations well placed for economic growth at http://www.4-traders.com/business-leaders/Felipe-Montoro-Jens-0CK3V1-E/biography/. Most of them were willing to participate actively on global issues. Over 750 regional and international leaders from 45 nations attended the conference whose thematic pillars included:
• Optimizing regional and global governance
• Promoting innovation and increased productivity for balanced growth
• Fostering efficient collaboration for sustainable development