The High Street Bank is one of 82 HSBC premises nationwide that will close permanently in 2021.
According to HSBC, it aims to redeploy all affected customer service colleagues to “suitable nearby locations”.
The bank said the decision to close dozens of its branches was based on “local market trends, customer behavior and branch usage.”
The closures, which are part of the company’s plans to become a market-leading digital bank, mean that there are now 511 branches left across the UK and these locations will need to undergo a ‘overhaul’ of how they operate. operation.
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A spokesperson said: “It will undoubtedly be disappointing for HSBC customers in Falkirk, High Street.
“However, an alternative banking offer is available to local residents at nearby post office branches.”
The nearest post offices to HSBC closing on High Street are: Howgate Shopping Center; 18 Woodburn Street, Falkirk; and 254 Main Street, Camelon.
Each of the three branches offers banking services, including free deposits, cash withdrawals, and balance checks.
Post offices also provide direct access to government services, bill payment, foreign currency, and travel insurance.
There are currently 2,000 free ATMs installed on the UK post office network
Post offices are proving essential to maintain people’s and businesses’ access to cash as banks continue to desert main streets in order to reduce costs and increase profits.