Bank of Scotland is to close its main Dundee city centre branch.
Lloyds Banking Group has confirmed the closure of its Nethergate bank which could cease to operate by February.
The Kirriemuir branch is also set to shut its doors along with six others across Scotland.
It’s understood there will be no compulsory redundancies following the announcement and staff could be redeployed to other duties.
The news comes less than a year after 250 jobs were axed from the Bank of Scotland (BoS) call centre office above the city branch.
BoS has blamed the “changing ways” customers use its services on the decision to shut the flagship bank.
A Bank of Scotland spokesman said: “We have made the difficult decision to close the Bank of Scotland Dundee City and Kirriemuir branches.
“This is due to the changing ways customers choose to bank with us, which has resulted in the branches being used less often.
“We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. Customers can continue to access their banking locally by visiting the nearby Post Offices, which are both a short walk away from the branches.”
The decision has left the city with three Bank of Scotland branches left in the city, in Broughty Ferry, Clepington Road and Murraygate.