Felipe Montoro Jens’ Report on Government Concessions on Public Sanitation

Posted on June 07, 2017

The Brazilian government’s decision to make concessions aimed at reducing water wastage and making general sanitation better received mixed reactions from shareholders. Trata Brasil’s president Edison Carlos believes that it will improve service delivery by making management of the concerned institutions better. Trata Brasil is an organization dealing with general sanitation.

 

According to Mr. Edison, the state and the private sector can work much better by complementing each bothers hence producing better results in sanitation. In an interview by Felipe Montoro Jens, Edison said that the government is better placed to serve the state. The government is to partner with National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES). Edison highlighted that the bank would give services according to the needs of a particular place.

 

The Trata Brasil’s president also pointed out the ability of private sector in conserving water; he said that their advanced technology is aimed at water conservation. Mr. Edison raised a concern about the effectiveness of the private and public companies that offer services to the citizens. His primary concern was on the stability of the companies’ administration. Edison also made an observation and concluded that the government agencies needs to be careful on where and how to offer the services.

 

Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure specialist. He started building his career at Getulio Vargas Foundation where he received an undergraduate degree and then proceeded to Thunderbird School of Global Management for masters in international management.

Felipe Montoro Jens has worked with several companies in different capacities. Some of these companies include Foz do Brasil SA, San Antonio Energia SA, and AC Energia SA among others.

 

Felipe Montoro Jens Supports Concessions Bringing Together the Public and Private Sector in Managing Sanitation Services

Posted on April 22, 2017

Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert in infrastructure projects who has served in various top level executive capacities in many organizations. He has been quite instrumental in helping to craft public/private partnership in major infrastructural development projects. These initiatives include power projects, sanitation facilities, and road construction. The recent government announcement that it will partner with BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) to form concessions for the development of projects in the water and sanitation sector can be attributed to efforts organizations in which he plays a significant role have made.

 

In an interview granted by the president of Trata Brasil, an institute that focuses its actions on primary services on sanitation, some essential points about the initiative were reported. A partnership between government and the private sector will bring improvements regarding resource, structural and management of sanitation and wastes. The decrease in the degree of waste was an important aspect raised by the president of Trata Brasil. This was of particular concern to Filipe, who is an accomplished scholar,

 

He got an undergraduate degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation before venturing into the construction industry. He also acquired a graduate degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Armed with these qualifications, he has played a key role in various organizations as a high-ranking manager, and project initiator. He is quite adept at handling issues of management. Filipe Motoro Jens is quite a capable administrator with insightful knowledge about the dynamics of infrastructural projects.

 

The high level of expertise he has constantly demonstrated has enabled him to serve on the boards of organizations like San Antonio Energia SA, and Executive Officer at AC Energia SA, Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 3 SA. He has also been a principal at Peru Inversiones,En Infraestructura SA, and Chairman at Arboreoland Empreendimentos Imobiliários, All these career achievements are an indicator that Filipe is an executive who can competently manage mega projects in the development of infrastructure.

Replay Felipe

Posted on April 19, 2017

One of the least respected yet most necessary industries in the developed world are the areas of sanitation. By providing concessions to sanitation services, it enables countries to provide better sanitation management, structure, and have access to more resources. In particular, this holds true in the country of Brazil. In Brazil, 90% of its services are administrated through public engagement. Out of these services, 70% of them are handled by independent state organizations. Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert in the field. According to Felipe, the main reason of cash flow to state companies in the water sector is due to the impossibility of an alternative. With technology rapidly changing the world we live in, it is pertinent to invest in more efficient ways of handling sewage networks. Partnerships pertaining to concessions provide clarity in the sanitation industry. Currently, Felipe Montoro Jens serves as Chief Executive Officer of Odebrecht Properties. In the past, Mr. Jens served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Odebrecht Participações e Investimentos S.A. For years, Felipe has revamped his country’s sanitation services. Felipe has also been a dedicated professional for several years. While attending Getulio Vargas Foundation, Felipe earned his Bachleor’s degree. Furthermore, he received his Master’s degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Felipe boasts years of experience in business leadership and remains an asset to the Government of Brazil. He is highly successful and has a record of achievements. Felipe Montoro Jens has been instrumental in Brazil’s sanitation reform and it has not gone unnoticed. Citizens of Brazil have felt the impact of Felipe Montoro Jens’s influence. The area of sanitation has never been so organized, nor has the area of sanitation been so efficient. The sanitation reform has made life easier for Brazilians and allows the country