The Brazilian government made a pronouncement concerning its intention of making concessions in conjunction with BNDS (the Brazilian national social and economic development bank). The area of basic sanitation is optimistic about this public statement. Felipe Montoro Jens is adamant that Brazilian public utility services will most definitely improve in the areas of structure, management, as well as its available resources.
In Brazil, the smashing majority of 90% percent of utility water supply in the country is distributed by federal and state companies. The private sector is expected to deliver utility water supply alongside governmental bodies and is expected to produce synergy and be able to reach the objective of water supply utilities to become 100% capable of providing much better quality services to the industries and population.
The Government in Brazil has demonstrated indications that the private sector can expect additional resources and have the latest technology systems and equipment. This should help in the managing of water services throughout Brazil. It is very important that more investments be found and secured for the present sewage treatment networks. Promoting essential improvements that public institutions require in order to move forward are just as important.
A fairly large group of analysts have no doubt that governmental and private institutions are only rated as satisfactory in the providing of water utility services in the country. Another group of analysts focuses on how resources are used in relation their services while taking into consideration the demand level that is required in Brazil. Felipe Moro Jens believes that concessions will most certainly be the answer to supply Brazil’s demand for public utility services.
Felipe Montoro Jens worked for Terna S.p.A. (Enel Group S.p.A.), Enron and also for PricewaterhouseCoopers. He earned a Business Administration degree at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV). He also got his Master’s degree in International Management at Thunderbird (the American Garvin School of International Management).
Felipe Montoro Jens is currently focused on writing articles. He also gives speeches considering matters of the private sector as well as a few other governmental sectors.