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Fintech company DECTA becomes second anchor tenant at Verde

Verde, the greenest office complex in Riga, has reached the next milestone in its development by becoming “home” to a number of businesses of local origin and fintech companies. Among them is international payment card processing company DECTA which has become a second anchor tenant at Verde.


DECTA is an international payment processing company and a principal member of Mastercard Inc. and Visa Inc. This year, the company will grow up to 200 employees and will move to the new premises in the Verde complex with a space of ​​2300 m2.


Marks Andrējevs, Director of DECTA: “Most of the company’s achievements depend on the team. Our goal is to motivate employees by offering the best possible working environment. We have rented the 6th and 10th floors, which will not only have modern workplaces with great views, but also various lounge areas. As a progressive company, we appreciate not only the green territory and the modern building, but also the location in the center of Riga. This gives both our employees and customers the opportunity to easily reach us from any location in Riga. It is important to us that the new DECTA office reflects our values ​​and vision”.


A number of Latvia-founded companies have also become tenants of Verde office spaces. For instance, local financial investment holding ALPPES Capital, whose portfolio includes investments in companies like Eleving Group, Longo Group and Wash and Drive, will lease nearly 950 mof premises in both Verde buildings. Construction designer SWETCH, meanwhile, will relocate its office to the 10th floor of the A building where it will lease 600 m2.


Andris Eizenbergs, owner of SWETCH construction design company: “In our daily work, we pay close attention to the optimization of building materials thus saving construction costs for our customers and reducing the buildings’ overall environmental impact. The key factors that determined our choice to relocate the SWETCH bureau to the Verde premises was a measured use of environmental and energy resources, as well as the opportunity to promote our employees’ day-to-day wellbeing. The modern A-class office in the developed Skanste neighborhood in Riga will ensure a work-leisure balance for our employees and will help our business to grow.”


Iveta Lāce, Commercial Director of Verde office complex: “We are glad that progressive companies like DECTA, Alppes Capital and Swetch appreciate the advantages of A-class offices. This is proof that their employees’ wellbeing is the central focus of these companies, because only with this approach it is possible to attract and retain the most talented specialists. At the same time, we are pleased that Verde can meet all these high requirements of our tenants – not only those concerning the architectural design, sustainability and energy efficiency of the buildings, but also the qualities related to the esthetics of the environment and services. I am confident that employees of our tenants will want to come to Verde, as everything they need will be available right here – not only workplaces, but also a fitness studio, drugstore, hairdressing saloon, clinic, restaurant and much more.”


As reported, Latvia’s leading real estate agency Colliers is the exclusive leasing representative of Verde office complex, while the office complex’s first anchor tenant is Swiss telecommunications provider and software developer Swisscom. Verde office complex, developed by Capitalica Asset Management, is being built under the leadership of Notus Developers, a subsidiary of SBA Group. The project’s general contractor is LLC Velve. Total investments in VERDE office are planned at more than EUR 65 million, and it will be the first project implemented by Capitalica Asset Management in Latvia.


For more information:

Andrius Barštys,

CEO of Capitalica Asset Management

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