In an interview performed by Felipe Montero Jens, where the President of Trata Brazil, Edison Carlos was interviewed several key concerns were raised in relation to the private and public sector working together to improve the structure, resource allotment and administration of sanitation services in Brazil.
Through the conservation efforts of the private sector, and the experience of the public sector, water can be conserved for the citizens of Brazil. Felipe Montero Jens believes that the cost that will be passed down to the citizens is of great importance and needs to be reviewed by both the governing agencies. He also believes that there needs to be a review in regards to the waste of water before such services can improve.
BNDES is going to implement action plans for such matters which involves both the public and private sectors input. Edison Carlos believes that the private sector has more resources than the public sector and can aid tremendously in the conservation of water.
Felipe Montoro Jens is an accomplished executive and specialist in infrastructure projects who has held several esteemed positions at the utility company Terna S.p.A in Project Management and Development as well as the finance division. Prior to his tenure at Terna, he worked in the structured finance department at Enron. As well as Price Water House Coopers in the financial auditing and financial consulting divisions.
Felipe Montoro Jens earned a Masters Degree in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Management at Arizona State University and a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas in Brazil. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923
Brazil’s national bank is often abbreviated as the BMDES, and it hopes to likewise side with the major country’s government to end all sanitation issues in the next 30 years. Sanitation issues have hit their all-time high and only continue to fireball out of control as both Carlos Edison and Felipe Montoro Jens have wisely speculated for many years. What was unique about their latest interview was that there was no time limit and that any factors relevant to the hot topic were allowed to be brought forth to the table.
Jens certainly laid out his arguments and asked every question he had on his mind, in attempts to get to the bottom of the matter. Edison likewise answered fully and well, asking some questions of his own. Both leaders showed concern in moving forward and presenting the results of the interview, as well as potential petitions and multiple problems, to the government’s attention – in efforts to promote a more rapid change than what’s currently happening. The sooner they get to this matter, the faster the problem will become a solution for all living in the country.
It’s not fun to have high levels of toxic wastewater in the country – which have no place to go – or water lost to sewage container problems. What many don’t realize is that these problems do affect the economy as well and may take a turn for the worse if not seen for their devastating potential. That’s why the government must act now, even if by interference from the people.
Jens is a thorough notetaker. He is an asker. He never retains a question.
That’s why he’s a top interviewee. That’s why Brazil loves him. Plus, he finds the facts. This educated man is a pillar of talent for Brazil’s future. http://relationshipscience.com/felipe-montoro-jens-p24643181
These organizations focuses on basic sanitation, and the services can still be improved through the management of structural and resource areas. Perhaps, reducing the level of wastes that are experience while conducting infrastructural projects.
Also, 90 percent of the basic sanitation in Brazil is performed and managed by public power. Furthermore, 70 percent of the public power is served by state organizations. This should not prevent private initiation since public and private organizations can form the best management team that can solve sanitation issues in a complementary manner. It is a matter of sharing important experience for the better good. Additionally, private organizations have good resources that make them important when it comes to performing tasks that are suitable for prevention of water wastage.
BNDES is also willing to develop customized plans for different states based on the surveys that are describing the situations of every state. Through surveys, different banks have the opportunity of adapting every project depending on the level of need. It is from the surveys that introduction of advanced technology to the management of wastes can be implemented.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens is the current CEO of the His company Properties. As the CEO, Mr. Felipe oversees the coordination of various departments of His company Properties such as project finance, treasury, corporate, controlling, and planning division. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of San Antonio Energia SA, Braskem SA, Foz does Brasil SA, and His company Defesa e Technologia. He also worked as the head of finance at His company SA.
Regarding educational background, Felipe Montoro Jens attended Getulio Vargas Foundation, from where he received his undergraduate degree. He is also a graduate of TSGM (Thunderbird School of Global Management). After completing his studies, Mr. Felipe started his career in the areas that deal with business administration and finance. http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens