New Board of New Hanza Capital, AS Appointed

On 11 December 2019 a meeting of the council of New Hanza Capital, AS took place, during which there were new board members of the company appointed. The board added two new members Inga Vēvere and Pēteris Guļāns.

The new members of the board were registered in the Register of Enterprises on 19 December 2019.

Inga Vēvere has graduated the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia with a professional master’s degree and 5th level professional qualification of lawyer. Most of her professional experience was gained while working in banking sector for more than 15 years. She has been a Head of Department of Real Estate and Construction Lawyers of Compliance Division at ABLV Bank, and since April 2016 she has been a Head of Department of Lawyer at real estate development company Pillar Management, SIA.

Pēteris Guļāns has been working in real estate industry for more than 15 years. For many years he has been working in real estate evaluation. He has graduated Professional Evaluation School at the University of Latvia. He has been managing a department of undertaken assets in one of the biggest Scandinavian banks in Latvia. He started working at New Hanza Capital, AS in 2017, proving to be a professional in asset management and development.

Chairman of the board Edgars Miļūns, board members Aija Hermane-Sabule and Arnolds Romeiko shall continue their work in the board of New Hanza Capital, AS.

New Hanza Capital, AS is a company founded in 2006 that is investing its funds in commercial properties. The objectives of its operation include investing own and third party funds in commercial real estate objects to achieve sustainable increase in income from renting the premises and enlarging of the value of properties. The company’s commercial real estate portfolio includes office buildings at VEF neighbourhood, airBaltic central office at Riga International Airport, office building at 23 Elizabetes St., logistics centres in Riga and Ķekava Region and other objects. The total leasable area of the premises exceeds 77 thousand square metres.