A partnership has formed between the government and the National Bank for Economic and Social Development also referred to as the BNDES. The new services will provide improvements in administration and structural resources. During an interview Felipe Montoro Jens, a specialist in infrastructure made, a valid point in stating waste will also be decreased. Brazils basic sanitation has ninety percent of their services performed with the use of public power and state organizations serve approximately seventy percent.
BNDES is basing their plans on detailed surveys to enable the bank to adapt to the needs of each place. According to Felipe Montoro Jens financial resources are being halted in the water sector due to an excess of waste. The resources of private enterprise are important in preventing water waste. Greater investments are required to take advantage of the advanced technology needed to rectify the situation.
The new partnership is looked upon as favorable yet the goals must be clear when contracts are drafted. Inspections by public agencies are necessary in areas where the services will be provided. Felipe Montoro Jens believes the activities must be reviewed by the governors to verify the agreement is being fulfilled as agreed upon.
Felipe Montoro Jens is highly experienced in finances, planning, treasury, controlling as well as divisions for project and corporate financing. He has worked in Brazil, abroad, the United Kingdom and Singapore. He has served numerous companies as a member of their board of directors. He is skilled in structured finance and project development and been invaluable regarding divisions for international structured finances.
Felipe Montoro Jens attended the Fundao Getlio Vargas also referred to as the FGV and earned his degree in business administration. He received his Masters degree in International Management when he attended Thunderbird, The American Garvin School of International Management. The school is located in the United States.