The government promised to grant concessions following collaboration with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development. Edison Carlos, who is the president of the Trata Brasil, gave the assurance that the services provided will significantly improve through this partnership. He promises improvement in management, structure, and resources. The acknowledgment was made before the interviewee, Felipe Montoro Jens, who is a specialist in infrastructural developments.
The challenges and solutions in the water sector
Public power provides 90% of sanitation services in Brazil, of this 70 % are served by government’s organizations. The development has prompted the inclusion of the private sector to boost service delivery. The two can work perfectly well and in a complimentary way.
It is indeed an avenue for the private service providers to learn from the government organizations. The partnership will mainly revolve around the areas of contracts and the inspection, which will be undertaken by public agencies. Private companies have the advantage of utilizing the best technologies and resources in the prevention of water loss and unnecessary waste. They will also be involved in the improvement of sewage networks, a clear evidence of the significant role to be played by the private sector. Felipe Montoro argues that it is indeed not possible to deliver such water and sewerage services when there is high wastage of water.
Service records of Felipe Montoro
Felipe Montoro serves in different capacities in many organizations. He is the executive officer at the Energia AC S.A and executive officer at Concessionaria Tramo SA. Additionally, Felipe is also a principal at the Maranon Energia SA, a director at Peru Inversiones, and the chairman at Arboreoland Empreendimentos.
He has had quite a long history of service in both private and public organizations. He also served as a board member of the Braskem SA. Felipe Montoro received his university education at the Getulio Vargas where he acquired an undergraduate degree. He further proceeded to further his education and received a graduate degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Brazil is recently known for two things, the 2016 Summer Olympics and the crisis of the contamination of its water supply due to an inefficient sanitation system for its 200 million citizens. Only 46.8% of Brazil’s population receive sewage services, and of that amount, only 62.9% of the sewage is being treated.
Brazil is aggressively trying to get ahead of the sanitation crisis. The Brazillian government intends to partner with the Brazilian National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BINDES). They have made concessions to improve basic sanitation services. Trata Brasil provides the sanitation services to BINDES. Its president, Edison Carlos, recognizes that improvements are needed, which are managerial and structural in nature.
Carlos reasoned that the private sector could work with the public sector to forge ahead in making these improvements. He stated that there should be no conflict with the Brazilian public sector’s state agencies, which serve 70%of those who need solutions to the sanitation problem. The Brazilian citizens, whose living conditions will benefit, should also be involved and support the private initiatives in improving their welfare.
Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert in financial analysis and the CEO of Energipar Captação S.A. a company which issues securities. Jens is an expert in infrastructural projects. He wants to help reshape Brazil’s sanitation system and has committed himself to fend off a permanent public health crisis.
Jens fully recognizes the health hazard caused by a nonfunctional sanitation system. Brazil’s sanitation system is a breeding ground for the Zika virus, which is a result of Brazil’s disastrous public health infrastructure problems. He supports the concessions between the government and BINDES and will be instrumental in finding the funds to improve basic sanitation services. Jens is behind Trata Brasil in providing the expertise to improve the infrastructure of Brazil’s sanitation system. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923
Brazil’s public services government sector has recently taken new concessions to the forefront by partnering with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (known as BNDES). Trata Brasil’s president, Edison Carlos allowed esteemed infrastructure projects specialist the chance to understand the latest changes in an interview. Taking the opportunity to alleviate some major concerns for experts like Jens, Edison addressed the troublesome nature of the increasing levels of waste saying that he remains quite hopeful services will continue to advance in structural management and resources.
Bringing the latest stats, Edison Carlos also conveyed that 90% of Brazil’s rudimentary sanitation services are directed by the public power division with about 70% of its users being serviced by Brazil’s numerous state organizations. Edison’s experience dictates that the private initiative’s presence should be exposed to the people. He openly speculated with Jens that the two different types of management would likely provide more advantages to the population by collaborating instead of conflicting.
Felipe Montoro Jens rounded out the interview inquiring further on the details of locations where the water loss has caused such significant financial distress due to decreasing resources among the state companies. Having been an elected alternate member of an acclaimed board of directors, Jens’ position as chief financial officer has earned him an incomparable level of expertise, knowledge and judgement in terms of the preparation, regulation and subsidy of the country’s intricate government infrastructure.
With his extensive background both within Brazil’s governing bodies and abroad for ethanol, sugar, water and sewage industries, Felipe Montoro Jens maintains unique consultation and development prowess in these specific areas of private enterprising resources. Jens was also sure to make note of president Edison Carlos suggestion that the most recent evaluation calls for astounding improvements within Brazil’s many public institutions.
The government announced that it would make concessions through a partnership with BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development). Edison Carlos, president of Trata Brasil, an institute with actions focused on basic sanitation, granted a recent interview where he pointed out some important points about the initiative. He believes that the services provided will undergo improvements on management, structural and resource areas.
The decrease in levels of waste was another aspect raised by the interviewee, Felipe Montoro Jens, a specialist in infrastructure projects. He added that the partnership with BNDES would lead to the development of customized action plans based on previous experiences. Felipe Montoro Jens said that the issue of water should be addressed first as it drains most of the state’s resources and it is also impossible for services to be performed when there is a waste.
While experts favor the implementation of the partnership between the government and the BNDE, Edison emphasizes the importance of keeping clear goals when drafting the contracts. Mr. Felipe, on the other hand, says that activities should frequently be reviewed so that what was agreed in the contracts is followed to the letter. He believes that the partnership between the government and public sector can yield better results if better supervision mechanisms are applied. This involves closely monitored portfolios on the concessions spending.
Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens has top-notch analytical and leadership skills that have made him serve as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of different Multinational companies. Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens is the current chief executive officer of Energipar Captacao S.A. Before joining Energipar Properties, he served as the Chairman of Central Administrative Federal District, S.A. He was also the Senior Finance Officer and Senior Investments Officer before clinching the CEO position. He is an expert in Infrastructural and waste management projects.