In a move that would also bring managerial, structural and resource improvements in the services offered, the government announced that it would partner with the National Bank for Economics and Social Development (BNDES) to help in making concessions. In Brazil, 90% of basic sanitation was performed by public means, with most of it state owned. Better results would, therefore, be attained if the public and private sectors worked together. BNDES would tailor plans for its states and the government would help in implementing the project. With the private sector owning more resources, such as state of the art technology, they were to play a major role in the partnership. To favor the well-being of this partnership, however, it was noted that it was important to lay out the goals through contracts and frequent inspections by some of the involved agencies. What the Brazilian Sanitation situation requires is the consistency of private establishments, which will help in improving the financial state in various public institutions.
At the age of 46, Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens has had outstanding success in the world of business. This all began when he received his undergraduate degree at the Getulio Vargas Foundation and later advanced his education at the Thunderbird School of Global Management, where he acquired his graduate degree.
Currently, Felipe holds many managerial positions in different organizations. He is the chairman of Arboreoland Empreendimentos Imobiliarios. He is also the director of several companies including Foz do Brasil SA, San Antonio Energia SA, Concessionaria dop Centro Administrativo and Fonte Nova Negocios e Participacoes SA. He has as well served as an executive officer for AC Energia SA, Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo, Travase Olmos and Empresa de Generacion Huallaga SA. At H2olmos, Maranon Energia SA and Peru Inversiones En Infraestructura, he has worked as their principal. http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens