TSB has revealed the 73 branches it has earmarked for closure in Scotland next year.
The Edinburgh-based bank said the cuts will affect 300 jobs.
The company intends to close 164 branches across the UK, reducing its headcount by around 900, following a “significant change in customer behaviour” as fewer people use branches in favour of online banking.
Branches have been selected to ensure 94% of customers in Scotland are still within 20 minutes’ travel time of one that will remain open.
Six of those set to close are in Aberdeen – Culter, Dyce, Kincorth, Mannofield, St Machar and Torry.
Another six will close in Glasgow – Anniesland, Dennistoun, Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Partick and Springburn.
In Edinburgh three branches will close – Costorphine, Gorgie and Pilton.
Meanwhile, two in Dundee will close – Craigiebank and Lochee.
The remaining branches to close:
- Castle Douglas
- Coupar Angus
- Kirkaldy, Templehall
- North Berwick
- Port Glasgow