Staff in Edinburgh and Glasgow affected
Lloyds Banking Group are cutting another 90 jobs in Scotland as part of their integration programme with HBOS.
The part-nationalised lender said a total of 570 UK posts are going across their wholesale, retail, insurance and human resources divisions.
The bulk of the jobs lost in Scotland will be in Edinburgh although up to 20 staff in Glasgow are under threat.
David Fleming, national officer of Unite, said: “The news that Lloyds Banking Group is to cut a further 570 jobs will be met with despair by the bank’s staff.
“Just two weeks ago, this taxpayer-supported organisation announced profits of £2.2 billion,
“Yet this decision represents a total failure by Lloyds to recognise that this turnaround is the outcome of the work of their staff.”
The cuts take the total number of jobs lost since Lloyds merged with HBOS two years ago to more than 26,700.
The bank said compulsory redundancies would be a last resort and it would look to redploy staff wherever possible.
In a separate move Lloyds are also transferring 450 people to cheque processing firm IPSL