Brazil’s economic progress is making headlines again. For the past few years, Brazil’s recovering marketplace has gotten the world’s attention. Once known for its instability, the Brazilian economy has endless options that could lead to success. One of the experts sharing his opinion and explaining the effects of Brazil’s latest decision is Felipe Montoro Jens.
For much of his career, Mr. Jens has worked for Odebrecht and its many subsidiaries. Currently, he’s the CFO of Odebrecht S.A. Many of his responsibilities at Odebrecht include planning and managing the company’s treasury, corporate, and project finance divisions.
The one other company he’s worked for is Terna S.p.A. (Enel Group S.p.A.) He was responsible project development and their structured finance area. He also holds a business administration degree from Fundao Getlio Vargas, in Brazil. He also attended the American Garvin School of International Management in the U.S., where he earned a Master’s in International Management.
As with any initiative, there are ups and downs. Not every decision made the Brazilian government is perfect. They’re trying to find the right balance of regulations and restrictions. Their latest decision to make concessions by partnering with BNDES involves basic sanitation in Brazil.
By introducing private initiatives, it limits the work productivity of public sector companies. In most people’s opinion, there’s no reason for private initiatives because both forms of management can achieve better results by working in a complementary way.
Water conservation is the end goal of both management types. Private enterprise has more advanced resources than public enterprise. If the two could work together, using private enterprise’s advanced technology and public enterprise’s national network, the two could better manage the country’s water resources. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923