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.
BaltCapi portfelliettevõte, Eesti suurim automüügi- ja autouudisteportaal auto24 sõlmis ostu-müügilepingu, mille kohaselt ostetakse kirjastuselt Presshouse kord nädalas ilmuv autoajakiri Autoleht.
BaltCap portfolio company TREV-2 Grupp won the tender for the construction of a four-lane highway section between Kose and Ardu on Tallinn-Tartu road and signed a €50.7 million contract with the Estonian Road Administration yesterday.
BaltCap has launched BaltCap Infrastructure Fund (BIF) with the planned size of €100 million. The fund will invest into infrastructure development across Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
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