On a mission to remove 1 gigaton of CO2 emissions by 2050

Growing agriculture into a regenerative force that creates lasting value on farmers’ livelihoods and our planet Earth

HeavyFinance produces verified agricultural carbon credits, while providing additional financial benefits to farmers in their transition towards more sustainable soil management practices. We enable investors and farmers of all sizes access to the Voluntary Carbon Market.

One soil carbon credit represents 1 metric ton of carbon dioxide or an equivalent greenhouse gas emission that has been reduced or removed from the atmosphere. To ensure a positive impact of external financing provided to farmers, our soil scientists and agronomists take soil samples and do sophisticated laboratory tests measuring the levels of CO2 removed from the atmosphere.

Climate Change Mitigation

Lead the charge in climate change mitigation by catalysing a global shift towards sustainable and regenerative agriculture

Financial Empowerment

Provide attractive financial solutions that empower farmers, fostering lasting value in their communities while earning solid returns for investors


Embrace a culture of inclusivity, where every farmer small, medium or large plays a vital role in our mission for a greener future

Team Members

Laimonas Noreika


Violeta Gevorkjan

Head of Decarbonisation

Eryk Frontczak

Head of Carbon Farming

Erika Jurevičiūtė

Head of Legal

Rytis Urbanavičius


Pedro Carvalheiro

Head of Capital Markets

Panpim Boonchuay

Head of Operations

Aurimas Martišauskas

Head of Partnerships

Andrius Liukaitis

Head of Lending

Darius Verseckas


Tomas Gineitis

Head of Sales

Aldona Micė

Head of Risk And Recovery

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