The Brazilian National Bank for Economics and Social Development has made a decision to provide concessions that will help in developing the basic sanitation services in the country. The government is aiming to provide better structural and management services in the sanitation industry. The Trata Brasil’s president, Edison Carlos, in an interview said that public sector gives about 90 percent of the country’s sanitation services. He added that by moving to include the private sector in this industry for improved infrastructural development and empowerment. Felipe Montoro Jens in the interview said that the government should be clear about the goals when they create a contract with the private enterprises. He was in support of the concession as it would mean that the people will be able to enjoy better sanitation health services. He was also happy with the fact that the government was making positive changes to their waste management program that was suffering from a long time.
The finance industry is a broad one and has many different areas such as banking, secured lending, investments, acquisitions and much more. There are millions of people working in the finance industry and ensures that their client’s money and stocks remain secure and provide good returns. But, not all of the individuals in the industry have the skills and are knowledgeable to provide the best service to their clients. One of the top finance professional in the industry is Felipe Montoro Jens who has a wealth of experience working in the industry.
Felipe Montoro Jens keeps himself updated on the latest happenings in the financial industry not just in Brazil but across the borders too. It allows him to provide better advice to his clients and enabling them to invest profitably in private and public sectors. Felipe Montoro Jens has a strong education background having completed his graduation from Fetulio Vargas Foundation. He also has a post graduation degree that he obtained from Thunderbird School of Global Management.