The Purpose of Concessions to the Improvement of Basic Sanitation in Brazil

Brazilian government declared the concession to improve basic sanitation through a partnership with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) at Edison Carlos and Felipe Montoro Jenes participated in an interview about the initiative. Edison is the president of the known Trata Brasil, an institute that focuses on basic sanitation. Edison believed that the services provided would be improved the in management, resource, and structural areas. Felipe, an expert of infrastructure projects, noted that the program would decrease water wastage in Brazil.

The Interview

Edison Carlos cited that the private initiative and public sectors could work together in a complimentary way without biases. Edison also explained that the bank would establish plans for the nations it serves and adapt the projects depending on the place’s needs. Felipe Montoro Jens reported that loss of water was the cause of the flow of financial resources in the water sectors of companies. Thus, it was impossible to receive the services if there was loss of water.

Edison mentioned that the private enterprise possessed more resources to prevent water wastage. Additionally, the advanced technology of the state companies would be essential in water management. Felipe Montoro Jens noted that the current situation required the association with BNDES to enable an improvement in the financial status of the public institutions.

Edison Carlos clarified that inefficient organizations should not be classified based on their administration. This is because of the alignment between the needs of the citizen and the mode of operation. On the other hand, Felipe Montoro cited that Edison outlined that the cost of concession that deserved due observation on

Felipe Jenes Montoro

Felipe Montoro worked in the structured finance area and project development of Enel Group S.p. A. He worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the auditing and consulting areas. Additionally, he served at Enron in the international structured finance division.

Felipe Montoro studied at Fundao Getlio Vargas where he earned a degree in business administration on Felipe acquired his master’s degree in international management from the renowned Thunderbird School of Global Management.