Grupo Petersen is presently an important conglomerate of Argentine companies active in all regions of the country. The group is diversified into areas such as engineering and construction, banking, agriculture-based industries, and urban maintenance.
Created in 1920 as an Engineering and Construction company, Grupo Petersen has throughout its history developed and managed a large number of public works and private projects in Argentina and neighboring countries. In the mid 90's, the Group initiated a process of change and expansion of its businesses, reaching into other strategic sectors of argentine economy.
Grupo Petersen takes its name from “Petersen, Thiele & Cruz Arquitectos e Ingenieros”. Nowadays, the group is one of the most important industrial holdings in Argentina, with 100% argentine capital, and over 88 years of history. The groups belongs entirely to the Eskenazi family, with its president Enrique Eskenazi.
The companies that belong to Grupo Petersen are: Petersen, Thiele y Cruz; Banco Santa Fe; Nuevo Banco de Entre Ríos; Banco San Juan; Banco Santa Cruz; Xumek; Mantenimientos y Servicios and Estacionamientos Buenos Aires.