The Brazilian government announced that it will make concessions through a partnership with BNDS, the national social and economic development bank. The basic sanitation sector demonstrates great optimism in relation to this announcement. Felipe Montoro Jens is confident that public utility services will improve in management, structure and in resources.
At present, 90% of Brazil’s utility water supply is delivered by federal and state institutions. The private sector’s participation is to work in partnership with the governmental bodies in cooperation in order to make water supply utilities provide better quality services.
Government officials indicate that the private sector has access to more resources as well as top end technology that is used in managing the water services of the country. It is imperative to support more investment in sewage treatment networks and also to focus on promoting important improvement to public institutions.
Many analysts indicate that governmental and private institutions are considered to be satisfactory in delivering providing water utility services to the public. Other analysts look in detail at how resources are used and how much is used in relation to the services that are delivered in order to meet the demand level of Brazilian citizens. Felipe Moro Jens also points out that it is imperative to be certain that concessions will meet the public demands of public utility services.
Felipe Montoro Jens has grown in his career at Terna S.p.A. (Enel Group S.p.A.), Enron and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Felipe Montoro Jens holds a BA in Business Administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV). He also earned his Masters in International Management from Thunderbird, which is the American Garvin School of International Management.
Felipe Montoro Jens is currently an article writer. In addition, Felipe Montoro Jens gives speeches concerning the private sector and many governmental sectors. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923