President of the of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos, along with the Brazilian government have partnered with BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) to pursue regulated sanitation in the most troubled and unhygienic locations of Brasil. Edison Carlos believes that the exclusive intentions of Brasil’s state organizations in terms of distributing power to the public should not exclude the citizens since multiple forms of management can work better together with varying opinions and perspectives on different matters within the community. Carlos’s make a point to display the private companies and their many resources, with these connections to individual enterprises, prevent excessive water wasting.
Felipe Montoro Jens involvement in the BNDES project helped to direct workers and private state organizations investors to develop tailor-made strategies on Brasil’s water consumption. Throughout the process, Felipe, has explained that the major causes of the flow in financial resources of the state in the water sector are because of the inability to for the various services within the waste management institutions in Brasil. He also goes on to stress that the banks in Brasil should be able to adapt the BNDES project other sections of Brasil.
Felipe Montoro Jens is an Executive officer of many corporations in Brasil such as AC Energia SA, at Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 2, at Concessionaria Interoceanica Sur Tramo 3 SA, at Concesionaria Travase Olmos, and many others he is also received his undergraduate degree from the Getulio Vargas Foundation and graduated with a masters in international management from Thunderbird School of Global Management. Felipe Montoro Jens has experience as a planner, treasurer, corporate planner, and finance director in his respective organizations. He has also lent his expertise to the employees at Terna S.p.A. (Enel Group S.p.A.) as an official advisor in the project development and structured finance area.