Basic Sanitation Benefits From Government Concessions throughout Brazil

The Brazilian government recently announced its intentions to create concessions through the national bank of brazil the BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development. The initiative has received strong support for the water industry and is expected to have many other benefits toward basic sanitation in this country.


The President of Trata Brasil, Edson Carlos held an important conference with Felipe Montoro Jens an important interviewer and expert on theses infrastructure projects. According to Edison, the services will be subjected to several changes and adaptations before they are finalized. Most of the improvements will be related to the structure, administration and resources that must be appointed before the project can be underway.


BNDES is in the process of developing a few plans that present more specifics on the various areas that must be adjusted before the project can begin. This way the bank will be able to adapt the needs of the projects as the campaign develops. Felipe Montero Jens also pointed out that the it was an issue with water flow from the big water industries that affected the flow of financial resources. This is because it is not possible to receive adequate resources when an organization is experiencing heavy waste.


Edison mentioned that the private water sector is currently applying improved technologies into providing top quality services due to the greater resources they have to spend on the projects. This level of technology was a point that Edison said was crucial before more resources could be invested in creating new and enhanced sewage networks.


The keen insights and expertise on infrastructures came from the input by Felipe Montero Jens. In addition to serving as the Chief Executive Officer of His company Properties at His company S.A., Felipe Montoro Jens is also the President of His company Participações e Investimentos S.A.



Sanitation Levels for Brazilian Populations to Be Improved with Government Concessions: Felipe Montoro Jens


The Brazilian Government has assembled a plan with BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development). Along with several other important organizations, namely Trata Brazil, these concessions will go to improving the basic sanitation levels throughout the country. Trata Brazil has invested in the project and has an interest in pushing it through to success.


Edison Carlos, the acting CEO of Trata Brazil, held an important conference with Felipe Montoro Jens the Chief His company Participações e Investimentos S.A. and expert in infrastructure of this kind. According to the interview with Edison Carlos, the project itself will need to see many adjustments in the areas of structure, resources and administrations before it will be an effective success. Felipe Montoro Jens was quick to point out the hefty amount of waste that must be addressed before any new concessions can hope to improve the situation.


Edison Carlos went on to mention that the current situation in Brazil has about 90% of the population receiving all sanitation amenities, but over 70% is from state providers. The general consensus is that if the two sectors can work in union, the chances of success are greatly improved.


Edison Carlos says that that the private sector has already employed many of the high-tech solutions that can be shared with the state providers and this will increase the synergy of this cooperative effort. Felipe Montoro Jens also saw the possibilities for reduced waste through the application of improved technologies.


As the Head of the Concessionária do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A, Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert on infrastructures and has taken the time to apply his years of experience to ensuring the favorability of this project. Felipe Montoro gained much of his experience from his time working as the Director of Santo Antônio Energia S.A.


Igor Cornelsen And His Investment Strategy – Explore The Markets For The Best

Igor Cornelsen, a reputed Brazilian banker and renowned investor, has a specific strategy called exploring the markets and options for the best. He is increasingly successful due to he looks for opportunities beyond the borders and invests in all the financial markets where there are opportunities. Since Cornelsen retired from the banking career in 2011, he is more focused on stock market investments and established a firm called Bainbridge Group Inc., based in the Bahamas. Cornelsen also gives investment advisory services on stock market investments and working as an independent consultant. He also advises on commodity and forex investments through Bainbridge Group by focusing on Brazilian and U.S. markets, though, he provides services across the major financial markets.



Since Cornelsen has decades of experience in banking industry and financial management, he knows what is required for benefiting from long-term and short-term investments. During the banking career, he was exposed to highly complex financial products and saw the movements of those instruments in the market with respect to various factors. His expertise by working in those instruments for decades are really helping his customers as well, and many consider him as a global investor who can potentially give services on any products on any market. Cornelsen knows how to take benefit from the volatile markets and has a reputation of making profits even during the odd times of the market.



Cornelsen vociferously asks the companies to follow the established rules of the country where they invest as that can ensure no escalation of business into bad shape. He believes that Brazil has a bigger role to play in investments, and the economy has greater potential to grow in larger numbers. Cornelsen also asks his customers to make use of the momentum of the market to earn some significant profits. He also advocates for diversified investment strategy as it is crucial to avoid any major setback from the downfall of the market.



Igor Cornelsen is a strong proponent of investments that gives recurring returns than the ones that take a long time to produce the profit. He researches the companies before investing and looks for whether they are competent enough or not. Cornelsen asks to watch for businesses that are productive with their money and time. Also, firms which are having decades of consistent service would have a greater reputation for being transparent and competent. Cornelsen worked with a number of high-profile Brazilian banks in various roles until he retired in 2011.


The Dynamic Leadership of Flavio Maluf Taking Eucatex Group to New Heights of Success

Flavio Maluf, the president of Eucatex Group of industries, is largely credited with the phenomenal growth of the company which is over 65 years old. Simultaneously over three decades of Flavio’s hard work in the company shines through.


Born on December 2, 1961, this dynamic Brazilian completed his graduation from the University of Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) in Sao Paulo in mechanical engineering. He even stayed outside Brazil in New York for over a year to work as well as study business management from the University of New York. Later he returned and kick-started his career through the trading department of the Eucatex Group. After over a decade from there, he moved to the industrial section of the company. Impressed by his work and exceptional skills; his uncle decided to appoint him as one of the board members of the company. He took over the presidency of the company in 1997. Since then his collaborative and innovative skills have been let loose.


He modernized the company with some serious focus on innovation and technological advancement. Today, thanks to Flavio’s scintillating leadership, the company has the credit of being the first company to flaunt both acoustic and environmental comfort. Unlike other similar companies, Eucatex is seriously committed to reducing environment pollution through recycling as well as avoiding wood waste deposition on landfills.


Even when the company first started out in 1951, it was conscious about the environment despite not much of environment laws present at that time. Today the company has its two broad segments – the furniture segment and the construction segment. All its products are environmentally green and exported to about 37 countries around the world. The company recorded over thirty percentage increase in its profit in 2014. Both Flavio and his company play an influential role in the development and growth of the Brazilian economy.