Lloyds Banking Group will be looking to cut 2,100 jobs within the next three years, it has been reported.
Lloyds said it expected 700 of the job reductions to be made through "natural attrition" across the UK. In addition, 150 jobs will go in West Yorkshire, 100 in Birmingham and 350 across sites in Scotland.
Lloyds said it was also cutting 170 "relationship manager" roles across the UK and closing five commercial service centres this year in Barnstaple, Exeter, Lincoln, Plymouth and Yeovil.
Two call centres are to close in Chester and Speke, affecting 84 jobs.
Staff have also been told that a further 34 commercial service centres are now under review.