Episode #184 — 19 January 2021 LatAm Water Markets and Brazilian Water Opportunities with Shimon Constantewith Shimon Constante
LatAm water veteran Shimon Constante provides great insights into the LatAm water markets, their history, and how they developed. Shimon also focuses on and explains the recent Brazilian water legislation and the opportunities it presents for investors. Tune in to hear a fascinating discussion of LatAm water!
In this session, you’ll learn about:
- Broad overview of the LatAm water markets
- The unique characteristics of the public versus private debate in LatAm
- Why infrastructure coverage in LatAm is relatively low
- Shimon’s perspective on how the legacy of Simon Bolivar impacts the LatAm water sector
- Shimon’s insights into the Brazilian water market
- The recent Brazilian water legislation and the opportunity it presents
- How the Brazilian water legislation allows aggregation (and what Shimon expects aggregation means) for privatization opportunities
Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:
- Shimon’s LinkedIn Page
- Shimon Constante’s website
- TWV #085: Water Conflict in Mexico with Raul Pacheco-Vega
- TWV #108: Paleohydrology and What It Can Teach Us with Ken Wright, P.E.
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