About Felipe Montoro Jens
Jens is a venture capitalist born on September 1970 in Brazil. His working in different companies in executive positions has helped him develop strong connections with prominent investors and entrepreneurs around the world.
He has an undergraduate degree from Getúlio Varga Foundation, a social and economic development promoting the school in Brazil. He has a bachelor’s degree from Thunderbird School of Global Management. The center is known for teaching global leaders about international management.
Montoro is the executive officer in various companies like AC Energia SA. He is also the Chairman of Arboreo Land Real Estate Developments. He serves on the Board of Directors and principal in companies like Foz do Brasil SA and Peru Investments Infrastructure SA, among others. He previously served at Braskem SA.
Benefits of Concessions on Sanitation Services in Brazil
The government has said that it will make concessions by working with BNDS (National Bank for Economic and Social Development). The president of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos said this will lead to better management of the services provided and resource utilization.
According to Edison, the public company is responsible for 90% of basic sanitation in Brazil and state organizations serve 70% of all the users. He added that the partnership is critical in maximizing the government’s experience in the management of the area.
BNDS will come up with action plans tailored for each state. Mr. Montoro noted that the loss of water has made it difficult for state-owned organizations in the water sector to provide services leading to a shortage of finances.
According to Edison, private companies have the resources and technology critical in water management. Mr. Montoro noted such a partnership is critical in addressing the financial challenges experienced in public institutions.
Edison says in the drafting of contracts, goals must be kept clear. Adoption of inspection by state agencies is also important where services will be provided. Mr. Montoro concluded that private enterprises encourage governors to be keen during concession to verify what’s agreed upon. http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens