Infrastructure and Waste Management Projects Expert, Felipe Montoro Jens

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.

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