Community Bank and Credit Union says it’s closed
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Community Bank & Credit Union (CBCU) has said it’s closing its branch in Leeds, the first of many bank closures in the area.
The closure follows the closure of three branches in Leeds and another in North Yorkshire, which were part of a wider network of bank closures announced last month.
The company said it had “received notice of an impending closure of one branch of the Leeds branch” and it “is actively assessing its options”.CBA has been run by the Leeds Community Foundation since February and it was set up in 2006 as a bank to support businesses in the Leeds and Manchester areas.
It’s not the first time the bank has closed a branch.
The Yorkshire Bank, which has branches in North London and London, has also announced it will close its branch.
In April, the Bank of England announced it was closing four branches in the south of England.
Community Bank & Credit Union (CBCU) has said it’s closing its branch in Leeds, the first of many bank closures…
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