Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), the state-owned bank, is to cut 1,400 more jobs.
The majority will go at its Edinburgh head office in the retail division.
The company has already lost 35,000 jobs since it needed government money to bail it out in 2008.
It confirmed that no customer-facing roles would be lost.
Ross McEwan, the chief executive of RBS's UK retail operations, said: "To serve our customers well, we have to ensure that our resources are focused on the things that matter most to them.