AIB is to close more than half of its 15 branches in Northern Ireland and their adjoining ATMs following a strategic review.
The bank said the decision to shut eight branches later this year comes as customer demand for branch banking diminishes, a trend accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The branches set to close are in Bangor, Coleraine, Glengormley, Kilkeel, Lisburn, Lurgan, Newcastle and Omagh and all will shut on November 12.
It said the closures will be managed in line with its regulatory commitments and in consultation with the Financial Services Union.
Staff will be offered alternative opportunities where possible or voluntary severance.