Ulster Bank in Lisnaskea in County Fermanagh is set to close next year.
The bank has confirmed plans to shut 10 branches in Northern Ireland with the loss of 21 jobs.
The NatWest-owned lender has confirmed it will begin closing the branches from February 2024, reducing its northern network to 25 locations.
The branch in Lisnaskea is to close 6th March 2024.
In April of this year, Ulster Bank in Sligo closed for the final time after 160 years on Stephen Street.
The iconic building had been up for sale but in recent weeks is understood to be off the market and is ‘reserved’.