As the old saying goes, “Only the strong survive.” Out of all the industries, this holds true in the business world. To become an adequate business leader, a person needs to have an unmatched business acumen and numerous leadership skills. Otherwise, their business endeavors will sink to the bottom of the financial pool. Running a business remains an extremely difficult task to do. With that being said, very few people can compare with Mr. Jens. Not only does Mr. Jens possess several leadership skills, he also demonstrates how to effectively run a business. Moreover, this multi-faceted person has international appeal. However, he remains extremely popular in Brazil. This remains attributed to it being his homeland. Throughout his extensive career, Mr. Jens has held several high-profile positions in his industry.
In particular, he served on the board of directors of Odebrecht. Moreover, he has managed operations in several countries. To name a few, these include Brazil, the United Kingdom, and Singapore. With such talent pertaining to the business world, Mr. Jens remains a fixture because of his work in Odebrecht Agro-Industrial and Odebrecht Ambiental. Due to his hard work and countless hours spent in the office, Mr. Jens remains a prominent figure and the business industry. Aside from his authority over Brazil’s economy, he also has numerous degrees in his arsenal.
In particular, Mr. Jens stands as a proud graduate of the American Garvin School of International Management. Although Brazil remains a world power, it still faces numerous challenges. With that being said, public power controls 90% of Brazil’s basic sanitation. Therefore, Brazil has developed a strategy to address such problems. Moreover, Brazil’s water sector continues to threaten its economic growth. Year after year, Brazil has wasted countless amounts of water. In closing, its government has aggressively campaigned for a resolution. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923
National Bank for Economic and Social Development (NDEP) is now collaborating with the Brazilian government to improve sanitation in the area. Recently, Edison Carlos who is the president of Trata Brasil. Felipe Montoro Jens was also in the interview. Felipe Montoro is an expert in the matters if infrastructure.
Edison commented on this concession saying that NDEP needs to improve in their structuring and management first before they can take on bigger roles. He also commented that private companies need to be more involved in bettering the welfare of the Brazilian citizens. He supported his claim with a statistic saying that 90% of sanitation services in the country are provided by the government and that 70% of this jobs are carried out by state agencies. Felipe supported this point saying that sanitation in Brazil would be at a much better place if contracts were to be awarded to private companies. He pointed out that there was a problem of water wastage and shortage and that private agencies had the resources required to alleviate this issue.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure expert who currently works for Odebrecht S.A’s unit Odebrecht Properties. Subseduently, he works as the CEO of Energipar Captação S.A. Previously he was the president of Odebrecht Participações e Investimentos S.A. Prior to being promoted to this position, Felipe was the Senior Finance Officer. He later received a promotion to work as the senior investment officer at Odebrecht S.A.
In the past, he has worked for Concessionária do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A as the chairman of the company. He also worked as a director at Energia S.A, which is based in San Antonio. Felipe has also worked with Braskem S.A for three years, assuming the role of director.
In an effort to modernize Brazil’s waste water management system, it has recently partnered with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES). Concessions formally agreed to by the government will enhance an initiative aimed at infrastructure improvement and resource efficiency. The details of the concessionary move are highlight and lauded by Edison Carlos, the president of Trata Brasil.
Edison notes that the vast majority of Brazil’s sanitation needs are performed by the public sector and the state. The BNDES agreement is an ideal way of combining the management strategies of both state and private industries. The power of the government to contract with innovative resource groups encourages benefits for all people in Brazil.
Felipe Montero Jens also adds that complimentary concessions will create a situation where water management needs can be addressed region by region. Every state in Brazil has unique water loss problems, and a joint effort can pinpoint the most financially agreeable solutions. This includes significant modernization of sewer lines and entire municipal sewage networks. In essence, the combining of management entities will make umbrella policies and procedures obsolete. New structures for improvement will have to be customized to the demographics they serve. Most importantly, this means making improvements work financially for all parties.
All parties in this matter including BNDES, the national government, and industry analysts agree that the key to making the combined effort work is a focus on clear service goals. Concessions are important, but so is the inclusion of consistent public oversight.
Felipe Montero Jens is an executive of several leading Brazilian investment and resource firms. This includes rigorous duties as Chairman of Arboreoland Real Estate Development. As a private professional, his contributions as an analyst affect the formation and implementation of policies throughout Brazil.
At 46 years of age, Felipe Montero Jens has amassed an incredibly diverse professional portfolio. He has earned undergraduate and graduate degrees with honor from Getulio Vargas Foundation and the Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923