The Brazilian National Bank for Economics and BNDES- National Bank for Economic and Social Development recently made debatable concessions. The Brazilian government had announced that it would partner with National Bank for Economic and Social Development to improve basic sanitation services in the Brazil. That is because according to Trara Brasil’s president, Edison Carlos, the services provided by National Bank for economic and social development need some improvement. The improvement should be well focused on management and structuring. Edison also said that government institutions have an extraordinary and critical experience that can be utilized by partnering with other different organizations in Brazil
Trara Brasil’s president also noted that the public sector in Brazil provided about 90% of basic sanitation service and mentioned that state agencies usually provides about 70% of the recipients of these solutions. Felipe Montoro, a specialist in infrastructure projects, believes that water shortage in Brazil facilitates the growth of private water companies in the country. Felipe also believes that the private sector has more resources for infrastructural development when compared to public sector.
Understanding Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro Jens is a Brazilian businessman and executive. He is the Chief executive officer at Enerqipar Captacao S.A. Felipe Montoro served as the Chairman of Concessionaria, do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A. He also served as a Director Braskem S.A. From 30th April 2010 to 27th August 2013; He served as Director of Concesionaria Trasvase Olmos S.A.
Felipe Montoro Jens is always keen on the private sector and public sector partnerships in Brazil. He believes in the potential of Brazilian companies towards improving the countries’ economy depends on private and public sectors. By investing in both private and public sectors, Felipe has demonstrated an unceasing passion for transforming the lives of civilians in Brazil.