With a legacy of over 130 years, and a reach that spans the length and breadth of Latin America, Falabella Group is a leading integrated retail company headquartered in Chile. We are a conglomerate for diverse services and a wide portfolio of retail, real estate, banking, and insurance experiences. With 500+ stores across 7 countries and in-depth experience across multiple retail formats, we are dedicated to combining talent and technology to build the future of retail.

Our Values

We are ONE team

We exceed customer expectations
We make things happen
We grow through our achievements
We act with purpose

Our Business

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.

Home Improvement

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.


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.

Falabella Financiero

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.


Falabella S.A. 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


Linio connects consumers and sellers across Latin America. With presence in 5 Latin American countries, Linio reaches a potential audience of more than 250 million people among Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Peru. Through our marketplace, consumers can access a wide range of products from more than 6,000 sellers, including those available on Falabella, Sodimac, and Tottus.

A legacy that spans the ages

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    Salvatore Falabella opened his first tailoring store on Ahumada Street, Santiago, Chile.

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    Alberto Solari joined the company, transforming it into a renowned clothing store.

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    Home products introduced, laying the foundation for the first department store in Chile. Ahumada Street came to be known as ‘Falabella Street’.

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    Falabella launched CMR, its own credit card and first of its kind in Chile.

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    Falabella.com launched internet sales in Chile.

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    Falabella opened the first Tottus supermarket in Lima, Peru.

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    Falabella & Sodimac merge, launching the first regional home improvement chain in LatAm.

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    Banco Falabella launched in Peru.

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    CMR formed a partnership with Visa in Peru and Chile

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    Falabella launches GIC in Bangalore (India), first LatAm company to do so.

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    IKEA forays into South American market in partnership with Falabella | Falabella acquires Linio.

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    Falabella expands scope beyond eCommerce.