Brazilian business leaders have noted that private enterprise now has more resources than ever before, which makes it vital to properly preventing water waste. The advanced technology of most Brazilian companies is also noted as something crucial for the country’s overall water management efficiency as a means to raise more investments within local sewage networks. Many said that the current situation in Brazil requires the usual rigor of certain organizations for a more significant improvement within financial public institutions, as affirmed often by Felipe Montoro Jens.
Referring to indexes that contrast equality between the amount of public and private sectors, which offer the most satisfactory performance levels among Brazil’s population, Jens makes it obvious. The fact that any organization is efficient does not classify itself by the administration that it has. As Jens believes, there must be a proper alignment between a company’s or country’s mode of operation for its chosen utility and the needs of each citizen. The costs were listed by Jens as factors that deserved due observation.
While favoring the subsequent implementation of a partnership through concessions, Jens also mentioned that it’s important to keep realistic goals when drafting such contracts or adopting inspections by any public agencies in which those services will extend. Jens, a top Brazilian institute representative himself, considers it crucial that all respective governors review each activity presented throughout the concession in turn.
Felipe Montoro Jens was elected to actively alternate for the board of directors at Odebrecht. He currently serves as its chief financial officer. He is primarily responsible for overseeing all investments.
Mr. Jens has also had the unique privilege of working within the company’s planning and controlling sectors for the company. In addition, experiences in treasury assistance, corporate roles and project finance divisions have molded him into a top expert.