The Brazilian administrative in its attempt to give their citizens a clean environment has partnered with the National Bank of Economic and Social Development (BNDES) to offer concession to private organizations to assist in the provision of water projects across the nation. The aim of this new venture is to enhance basic sanitation by eliminating the high level of water loss that had made the public sector to lose a lot of money.
According to Felipe Montoro Jens, 90% of sanitation services are executed by the government while the private sector handles approximately 70% of the country’s sanitation. For this reason, he believes the industry can help to supplement the government services as opposed to overpowering it. Both the public and private sectors can complement each other resulting in enhanced service delivery.
Moreover, in the interview with Edison Carlos, Felipe pointed out that the Private corporations are better equipped with the suitable technologies that can offer water management services as compared to the government. Therefore, their presence in improving sanitation is an added benefit for the country.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro Jens is a renowned entrepreneur in Brazil with business acumen for over two decades in both the public and finance sectors. Besides excelling in business, Mr. Montoro has worked in several other sectors including real estate and infrastructure, petroleum, water and sewerage, technology, auditing, consultancy, and structure finance. Additionally, Felipe is a member of several boards of intercontinental businesses and establishments.
Felipe’s educational background is business oriented, and he holds a business degree from one of the country’s prestigious universities dubbed as Getulio Vargas Foundation based in Sao Paulo. After he had completed his studies at this institution, he moved to the United States where he undertook his MBA at Thunderbird, a well-known business school with an innovative curriculum. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923