The BNDES is the most important official bank of Brazil, and they are responsible for many economic advancements that take place in the nation. The national bank, whose acronym stands for “National Bank of Economical and Social Development,” had one of its latest favorable activities a partnership with the Brazilian Government where both departments are treating and renovating the core sanitation of many places of poverty in the country, or locations where the sanitation system is outdated.
Edison Carlos, the President of Trata Brasil, which translates to “Treat Brazil,” gave his opinion about the initiative from both departments. According to the specialist, the changes that will take place are very beneficial for the future of the country, and the development of those areas where the basic sanitation is in need of maintenance will increase. Edison Carlos concluded that the partnership is also great news for the future of the nation since the government has experience in the market which can be complemented by an efficient corporation like BNDES.
Felipe Montoro Jens, which is a specialist in infrastructure projects, stated that one of the biggest improvements for the public sector coming from restructuring the underlying sanitation of these areas would be the decrease of water wastage. The important primary reason, according to the specialist, to the leakage of financial resources in that department is the unnecessary wastage that happens every day in these areas, and fixing this problem is a significant sign of growth for the country and hope for the local communities.
Felipe Montoro Jens received his Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, having graduated in 2000, and received his bachelor’s degree in 1993 from the FGV University. Since then, he served as Chief Invest Officer and Infrastructure specialist for years for national corporations and built a high reputation based on his extreme dedication towards growing alongside the country. http://relationshipscience.com/felipe-montoro-jens-p24643181