The need for establishing proper concessions in the current century is just inevitable. Why? It forms the basis of providing the vital sanitation services in a densely populated country like Brazil. In this regard, Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens attests that most of these concessions should be generated from well-organized programs that also ensure that there is significant debate around water sector. In his argument, Mr. Montoro lauds the government due to its plans to make concessions through the partnership with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDS). If well configured, the plans will focus much on offering basic sanitation that the more than half of the population in Brazil seem to lack. Even as he pointed out to the inadequacy of water as a cause for limited financial resources to state companies, the truth in itself is the fact that water services are always disrupted. The disruption comes from the fact that a lot of waste hinder distribution of water services and in the long run, the companies have to incur a lot of expenses while clearing the wastes.
As a specialist in policy-making, Mr. Jens Montoro has a keen interest in project development with a lot of bias in structured finance. As a holder of a Bachelor of business administration degree, and additional masters in International Management from Fundao and Thunderbird respectively, he has a good grasp of project development.
His short stint at Pricewaterhouse Coopers as an auditor and a consultant was a game changer for Mr. Montoro since he proved industrious and notably became a task force member for the performance review committee. The committee was charged with reviewing the satisfactory levels of the performance of private and public enterprises in enacting concessions. Additionally, he has always highlighted the benefits of enacting partnerships during the making of concessions since they aid in clearing goals encountered during proposal of various contracts. http://www.saguarostudios.com/the-uniqueness-of-felipe-montoro-jens/