ULSTER Bank will close another nine branches in Northern Ireland within the next three months as part of the continuing inexorable march towards digital banking.
The branches affected are in Holywood, Warrenpoint, Dunmurry, Antrim, Ballymoney, Larne, Comber, Maghera and Clogher.
Employees were told of the move yesterday, and it is understood some staff is likely to be made redundant as a result of the restructure.
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