The Bank of Khyber is a provincial government bank owned by Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and based in Peshawar, Pakistan, with 216 branches all over the country. It was set up as a state-owned, regional bank in 1991 through Act No. XIV, passed by the Provincial Legislative Assembly of the KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA Province of Pakistan. It was awarded status of a scheduled bank in September 1994. The Bank of Khyber enjoys a unique position, and stands out amidst the other banks operating within Pakistan, and has the privilege of being bracketed amongst the only five government banks in the country It offers Conventional banking, Islamic banking services and microfinance loans.