- 1 History:
- 1.1 real estate property of Interbank.
- 1.2 In September 2006, Intergroup was created in Panama; Carried out with the purpose of creating a company dedicated to the management of the shares of IFH in the Peruvian financial services industry. In spite of having been instituted in Panama, opera exclusively in Peru. In 2007, the IFS (Intergroup Financial Services Corp.) was created, which is maintained by the financier that consolidates the ownership of Interbank and Interseguro.
- 1.3 Business:
- 1.4 Main Headquarters:
- 1.5 Relacionado
Intercorp Peru (NASDAQ) is a multinational company of Peruvian origin, achieved revenues of more than $ 3 billion in 2011 and is among the three Peruvian brands that appear in the ranking of the 50 most valuable in the region.
The company is dedicated to the field of banking and insurance, retail, hotels, restaurants, real estate, education, administration, lottery and cinemas. It has a presence in Peru and also some of its subsidiaries internationally.
Five companies of the group: Cineplanet, Supermercados Peruanos, Interseguro, Interbank and Casa Andina, are in the ranking of “The 30 Greatest Places to Work”.
On July 20, 1994, Peruvian investor Carlos Rodríguez – Pastor Mendoza, in partnership with some North American minority partners, made the purchase of the International Bank of Peru (then InterBank) to the Peruvian State. This started the growth of the company as a financial entity. 91% of the shares were acquired and transferred to IFH (International Finantial Honlding), while the rest were sold to some workers of the company.
In 1998, Interbank launched Interseguro, which is one of the leading insurers in Peru. In turn, this company owns the chain of shopping centers Real Plaza.
Also in 1998, Interbank created Urbi Propiedades, which is the
real estate property of Interbank.
In the year 2000, Interbank acquires the Cineplex SA cinema company. After the acquisition, the name of the cinemas changes to Cineplanet, while the company name continues to be Cineplex SA Today Cineplanet has more than 70 cinema screens in all of Peru As of 2005, cinemas in Chile also under the name of Cineplanet, previously operated under the name of Movieland. In February 2003, Casa Andina started operations with a property in the district of Miraflores (Lima), and since then the company has been growing, building 17 hotels in 8 cities in Peru.
To fines of 2003, Interbank made the purchase of Supermarkets Santa Isabel S.A to the Dutch company Royal Ahold. As of March 15, 2004, the company begins operations under the name of Peruvian Supermarkets. The Vivanda and Plaza Vea brands operate.
mid-2008, Interbank launched a department store. which has the name of Tiendas Peruanas S.A and the brand launched was Oechsle.
August 2008, the Interbank Group formally joined the first corporate university in Peru known as UCIC to shape the employees of all its companies.
At the beginning of 2011, well-known group Bembos.
In July 2012, Interbank Bank acquired the
China China Wok restaurant chain, and also 50% of the shares of ExpressNet at a cost of US $ 940,000 US Dollars; thus completing 100% of the shares of this company. ExpressNet is the local acquirer of transactions with American Express credit cards. On the same date, he buys 50% plus one of the shares of the Technological University of Peru (UTP) and the Technological University of Chiclayo (UTCH). At the beginning of 2014, he donated the restaurant dedicated to grilled chicken Don Belisario, then in May 2016, buys lottery companies La Tinka and La Kabala thus entering the lottery business.
- Interbank Bank
- Andean House
- Peruvian supermarkets
- and Peruvian Stores
- Peruvian Homecenters
- Financial One
- Urbi. Properties
- Cineplex S.A
- Real Plaza
- ST Intertitles
- Inteligo Bank
- SAF Interfunds
- Inteligo SAB
- Intercorp Corporate University
- Peruvian Schools
- Technological University of Peru
- Zegel Ipae
The main headquarters of the group known as Interbank Building is a 88m high tower over an area of 45,300 sqm, in Santa Catalina, district of La Victoria. Its design was a burden of the Austrian architect Hans Hollein.
The tower has been chosen among the most impressive buildings in Latin America. The inclination of the tower is not only for aesthetic measures but also anti-seismic developed by the specialist Carlos Casabonne Rasselet.
Interbank decorated the tower with LED lights that cross the entire front of the building, usually taking on the green and blue colors of Interbank, during the month of July it turns red and white due to the national holidays in Peru and during December green and red at Christmas.