Felipe Montoro recently spoke with Trata Brazil’s president, Edison Carlos, in regards to new concessions to take place. These concessions will allow for private sectors to offer water and sanitation services to people in the country. The proposed concession is being made possible through a partnership with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development, or BNDES. This is a winning situation for both the water and sanitation in terms of structural and resource management.
Water waste is one of the biggest factors facing Brazil, and one of the most costly parts of the water and sanitation on the governmental level. Working with private sectors there will be more resources available and this will help prevent the amount of water wasted. Having these private companies will not work independent of the public services, but rather they will be able to work with each other to ensure the best services possible. This will include new roles such as inspections of these private organizations. BDNES is going to work with states to create customized plans based on the needs of each state that it serves to offer the best services for it customers.
Felipe Montoro is 46-year-old financial professional. He earned his undergraduate degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation and later went on to complete a graduate degree. He finished this at Thunderbird School of Global Management. He has worked for many companies and served as chairman and been on the board for various companies.
Some of the more companies that Felipe has worked for would include his time at Braskem S.A where he worked as the director. He worked there in 2010. He later went to Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal in 2012, where he was made a board member. He later was elected Chairman of the board. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923