Truist Financial Corp. is shuttering six Charlotte-area branches later this month as part of ongoing consolidation efforts, according to the Charlotte Business Journal.
The news comes the bank closed 39 branches in the Carolinas in the first quarter. According to filings with the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks, TFC will close the following locations:
-4777 Sharon Road in Charlotte
-5301 South Blvd. in Charlotte
-9617 Holly Point Drive in Huntersville
-345 W. John St. in Matthews
-307 Unionville-Indian Trail Road in Indian Trail
-1625 N. Center St. in Hickory
Truist confirmed to CBJ all of the branches will close on March 30. A spokesperson said there were no job losses associated with the closures. All of the branches have a nearby counterpart that will stay open for customers.
The second-largest bank with a headquartered location in Charlotte, TFC takes in reportedly $80.6 billion per month. The bank has plans to consolidate nearly 230 more branches before April 15 and will be left with over 2,500 total branches.
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