Theresa May should summon Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan and tell him a recent decision over branch closures is unacceptable, the SNP has said.
A letter is to be sent to bank bosses calling for a reversal of proposed closures of two Aberdeen branches next year.
Royal Bank of Scotland paid £16million in bonuses to executives last year – almost twice the amount it will make from selling off branches in many parts of the country.
Highland Council’s leader has called for an urgent meeting with RBS on its branch closure proposals across the north.
North communities have erupted in fury to RBS plans to close 12 local branches across the region - and islanders on Barra will need to catch a ferry to conduct face-to-face banking.
Calls have been made for a high street bank to open up a pop-up shop in a coastal town.
Aberdeenshire Council's chief executive intends to write to bank bosses to raise concerns after a raft of branch closures were announced last month.