Matas joined BaltCap in 2017. Previously he spent most of his career working for SEB, the largest Swedish corporate bank. Matas held different positions in Vilnius, Stockholm, St. Petersburg and Moscow offices.
For the last 5 years he was coordinating project and acquisition finance activities across the Baltics and heading local corporate banking. Matas was involved in various large-scale financing transactions in energy/renewables, infrastructure/PPP, telecommunications, service and other sectors.
Matas holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a Master’s degree in finance.
BaltCap has entered into an agreement to sell its 54% holding in InMedica to BGSF Sanus, subsidiary of Invalda INVL. InMedica is a leading chain of primary care and specialized outpatient clinics in Lithuania with 18 clinics in seven cities.
BaltCap Infrastructure Fund (BInF) has acquired 70% of shares in biomass combined heat and power plant in Riga region from Latvian company AS ENERGOECO. Highly efficient woodchip-fired CHP plant started to operate in October 2017, capital expenditure for building and launching the plant was €17 million. The transaction is expected to close after receiving competition clearance.
Managing Partner of BaltCap, Martin Kõdar together with Marc Roijakkers from Blue Sky Group have published a blog post on integrity on Invest Europe's website.
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