The government of Brazil announced its plan to make concessions by partnering with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development, BNDES, in bettering the basic sanitation services. The president of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos, believes that through this initiative, the services offered will be improved in terms of structural, management, as well as resource areas. He emphasizes that the public power through a partnership with other firms will better basic sanitation services to the citizens.
In this partnership, BNDES will come up with personalized action plans based on the research of the condition that the states are in. The private enterprise is rich in resources as well as advanced technology, making it a key party in the initiative. with the resources of the private partner, the government will be able to improve sanitation in the country. Edison emphasizes that when drafting the agreement, goals should be clearly spelled and the governors should review the concession activities. Infrastructure projects expert, Felipe Montoro Jens, also favors the concessions and agrees with Edison that the waste level will decrease as a result of the initiative.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Forty-six years old Felipe, an alumnus of Getulio Vargas Foundation and Thunderbird School of Global Management where he pursued his undergraduate and graduate degrees respectively, has held several top management positions. Currently, he serves as the CEO of Energipar Captacao S.A. as well as on the board of directors of San Antonio Energia SA and Foz do Brasil. Previously, Felipe served as a director of various organizations including Braskem S.A.
Felipe Montoro Jens is an asset to his industry since he is intelligent, highly skilled, and experienced. He has a track record of successfully executing tasks assigned to him. His successful history makes him the best fit in the positions he holds, and he continues to contribute to the success of his sector in Brazil.
Positive lobbying for the government of Brazil to go into a grant for infrastructural project developments by firms, in which Felipe Montoro Jens is a respected leader and role model, has yielded fruit. Consequently, the government recently agreed to partner with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) to consolidate policy issues and funding of all vital sanitation, water, and road construction projects. This move meant to revitalize the infrastructural sector comes at a time when Felipe Montoro is playing a leading role in progressive initiatives covering activities in the construction of roads, facilities for sanitation, and projects for energy generation.
Felipe Montoro Jens is a man of high integrity who has been a top executive in many reputable firms. His expertise in matters of infrastructure development has immensely contributed to the strengthening of the partnership between the public and private sectors. The high degree of professionalism he consistently displays in ethical issues has earned him estimable directorships in the boards of companies such as Arboreoland Empreendimentos Imobiliários, and Peru Inversiones,En Infrastructure SA. AS the CEO, he has successfully led Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 3 SA, Sur Tramo 3 SA, and San Antonio Energia SA. These accomplishments in his lengthy career are a demonstration of the exceptional leadership qualities he has shown all along.
An astute initiator of many projects, Felipe has an undergraduate degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation, and he is also a graduate of the Thunderbird School of Global Management. That is why he has actively come out to support the president of Trata Brasil, who in a recent interview said that a public/private sector partnership would ensure improvements in the management of wastes, sanitation, and other resources. Trata Brasil is a management institute whose primary agenda is the development of proper sanitation facilities and the efficient management of wastes for a safer environment.