About Khan Bank
Khan Bank, with 512 branches across all of Mongolia with more than 4300 employees, is the largest bank in Mongolia, providing banking services to an estimated 80% of Mongolian households. The Bank finances corporate, small and medium businesses, consumers, and individuals.
As of 2009, 100 percent of the Bank’s branches are operating on a real time basis providing customers with direct access to all banking services from everywhere in Mongolia.
Khan Bank's central office is located in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar, and it houses executive and administrative offices, as well as a full service banking. There are 5 branches in UB city and 24 regional branch offices throughout the country, each of which supervises an additional 15 to 25 sub branches in its area. The regional branches are fully automated centers for consolidating the region's service activities, and they are connected to the central office by satellite. Each branch directly serves the banking needs of a community of 15,000 to 60,000 people.
Khan Bank is recognized as an industry leader in the design and delivery of financial services in Mongolia. It has a well trained and highly educated staff of motivated bankers who are moving Khan Bank and Mongolia to new levels of banking.
Khan Bank's roots go back 80 years to the State Bank of Mongolia. When this monopoly bank was broken up in 1991, Khan Bank was formed to take over most of the State Bank of Mongolia’s regional and local offices throughout the country.
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