The HSBC branch in Shepherd’s Bush is closing.
The bank said it would shut the doors on its Shepherd’s Bush Green branch on November 11, blaming a fall in customers as a major reason.
It is another big loss to the area, after Morrisons announced it planned to close its branch in the West 12 shopping centre.
A spokesman for HSBC said: “We continually review our branch network to make sure our branches are in the right locations for our customers and we have a sustainable network for the future.
"Over the past five years, we have seen an overall reduction in footfall at our branches of more than 40%, and sometimes we have to make the difficult decision to close branches.
"These are not decisions we take lightly and we work closely with those impacted, including customers, to help them understand their options.”
However, she said there would be help for HSBC users: "We understand branch closures may cause concern for some of our customers. We have put in place a number of measures to help, including a partnership with the Post Office, so our customers can still carry out their day to day banking."
Last week it emerged that 170 jobs would be placed on the line with the closure of Morrisons. Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter described it as bad news for staff, customers and the shopping centre, as well as other businesses based there.
In 2014 the branch was held-up by armed men .
The closure comes nearly a year after HSBC announced the closure of two branches in Hillingdon .