Falabella

We want to be the leading online and offline retail platform in Latin America, with the engine and center of our business being our passion for our customers. We seek to understand and serve them in all their consumer needs, which pushes us to reinvent ourselves and constantly innovate to deliver the best shopping experience, through a highly differentiated format and channel strategy, with brands strongly positioned across our markets.

Founded in 1889 as a tailor, Falabella has continuously evolved to become one of the main players in the region, with a presence in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Mexico, comprising retail, shopping centers, travel, insurance and consumer credit, and with combined sales that exceed US$ 14,500 million.

In the last 5 years, the company has opened 3 new markets: Brazil (2013); Uruguay (2014) and Mexico (2016); and has begun its digital transformation to consolidate itself as one of the most important e-commerce players in the region. Online sales reached US$ 823 million in the last twelve months.

Falabella has

3 Mn gla
7.8 Bn gross loans
+390 Mn visits
+300 Mn transactions in stores
+500 Mn visits to our web pages

The key to our leadership is the ability to attract and retain talent, and to engineer top-flight teams with a focus on innovation and results.

Our Businesses

Falabella Retail

Home Improvement

Supermarkets

Falabella Financiero

Retailment

Linio

Falabella Retail

With presence in Chile, Peru, Colombia and Argentina, Falabella is the largest retail platform in Latin America, represented through large stores, both physical and online, where it sells products for personal and household use, featuring strong private labels, exclusive international brands, as well as local and second-class brands.

+60

private labels and exclusive brands

111

Click & Collect points

18

regional distribution centers

As of march 2018

Home Improvement

  • Sodimac Homecenter
  • Sodimac Constructor
  • Imperial
  • Dicico
  • Sodimac Dicico
  • Maestro

With presence in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, Brazil and Mexico, Sodimac is the main commercial company for construction materials and articles for home improvement in Latin America. It has developed a business model with different store formats (Sodimac Homecenter, Sodimac Constructor, Imperial, Homy, Dicico, Sodimac Dicico and Maestro) to support companies, specialized labor and families, in their projects.

+34

private labels and exclusive brands

206

Click & Collect points

16

regional distribution centers

As of march 2018

Supermarkets

  • Tottus
  • Hiperbodega Precio Uno

Tottus commenced operations in Peru in 2002 and two years later expanded into Chile. It operates hypermarkets, supermarkets, Hiperbodega Precio Uno in Peru (convenient price format) and has an e-commerce platform.

+19

private labels and exclusive brands

90 MIN

Delivery in in Santiago, Chile

2

distribution centers
in the region

1

centralized bakery
production center in Lima

As of march 2018

Falabella Financiero

  • CMR
  • Banco Falabella
  • Seguros Falabella
  • Viajes Falabella
  • CF Seguros de Vida

With presence in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Argentina and recently in Mexico, Falabella Financiero is the largest issuer of credit cards in Chile and Peru. Founded in 1989 with the aim of offering credit access to department store customers, it has evolved into a comprehensive provider that also includes banking, insurance and travel services.

Mn US$ 1.931

Financial Business Revenue

Mn US$ 7.808

Gross Loan Portfolio

48%

Growth in Products Purchased Online

As of march 2018

Retailment

  • Mallplaza
  • Falabella Inmobiliario

S.A.C.I. Falabella operates and manages shopping centers in Chile, Peru and Colombia, through two companies:

  • Mallplaza, which operates in Chile, Peru and Colombia, is one of the main shopping center chains in Latin America, thanks to its comprehensive value proposal, which combines commitment with the communities, concern for the environment and a strong link with the dissemination of culture.
  • Falabella Inmobiliario, which is present in Chile (through Rentas Falabella) and Peru, operates smaller scale shopping centers, with an attractive range of anchors, smaller stores and entertainment.

2.104.000

Total GLA

+982.000

m2 of additional GLA in free standing

+390

million visits to our shopping centers

+ 79%

EBITDA Margin Mallplaza LTM

As of march 2018

Linio

Founded in 2012, Linio was acquired by Empresas Falabella in August 2018. Linio mainly operates as a marketplace, in which thousands of suppliers sell their products to customers in each country through an online platform. With a presence in 8 Latin American countries, and a team of more than 1,000, Linio reaches a potential audience of more than 300 million people divided between Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.

Mn US$137

Net Merchandising Value

8

Presence in countries

Our Geographical Footprint

We have a strong network of stores in the region, which allows us to be close to our customers and strengthen our logistics capabilities.

Our History

Falabella has been forged with hard work and austerity. We have sought to do things well, with passion and taking care of the details, putting the client in the center, working as a team, reinventing ourselves over and over again and taking care of our suppliers as strategic partners.