CLYDESDALE Bank is planning to cut 99 jobs in Scotland in the first part of a major restructure move which unions have described as "devastating" for the workforce.
CLYDESDALE Bank is planning to cut 99 jobs in Scotland in the first part of a major restructure move which unions have described as \"devastating\" for the workforce.
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Greig Cameron deputy business editor
The bank, headed by David Thorburn, had previously suggested around 60 Scottish roles would be under threat as part of plans by owner National Australia Bank (NAB) to shed 1400 posts in the UK over the next three years.
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