National Westminster Bank (NatWest) has unveiled plans to close 11 branches across North Wales, UK.
The bank will close branches, including Rhos-on-Sea, Abergele, St Asaph, Denbigh, Rossett, Corwen, Llangollen, Buckley, Abersoch, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Tywyn in Gwynedd, in September 2015.
Following the closures, NatWest will introduce mobile van branch services to each community and will attempt to keep redundancies to a minimum by redeploying staff to nearby branches.
The move will affect the North Wales area leaving towns such as Corwen without a single bank.
North Wales assembly member Llyr Gruffydd said: "This is yet another bank abandoning vast swathes of Wales, leaving customers and small businesses with lengthy journeys and inconvenience to the next nearest branch.
"It will make life incredibly difficult for small traders who need to bank at the end of a working day."