A total of 145 jobs will be cut across Clydesdale Bank's Scottish workforce, it has been revealed.
The cuts will be made across the bank's financial solutions centres, with 85 workers being let go in the east of Scotland and 60 in the west. Centres in Dunfermline and Inverurie are among the facilities expected to be axed.
The bank had informed its workforce of the job losses in April, when it announced 1400 positions would go across the UK.
Owners the National Australia Group is closing a total of 29 business centres as it cuts back its commercial and property arm.
The Unite union has described the move as "devastating".
National officer David Fleming said: "Serious questions need to be answered by the management as to why the bank expanded in this business area so rapidly, when the model was significantly flawed."
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