After 187 years of trading here, Ulster Bank will close its remaining 63 branches for the final time today.
It's the latest part of the bank's phased withdrawal from the Irish market.
Since the start of this month, customers have not been able to carry out in-branch transactions, other than those related to account closures of mortgages and loans.
The majority of Ulster Bank loans have been sold to Permanent TSB and AIB.
The bank's ATM services are also closing, however, phone and online support services will continue.
Ulster Bank Chief Executive, Jane Howard, thanked employees for their work in supporting customers to transfer their bank accounts.
“Today is a poignant day in Ulster Bank’s 187-year history as our remaining 63 branches in the Republic of Ireland will close their doors for the last time.
"I would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all of our branch colleagues over the years, particularly for their dedication over the past two challenging years, and I’d also like to thank our customers for allowing us to be part of your communities."
The bank says "After today, customers can contact Ulster Bank on 0818 210 260 or 00353 1804 7475 if calling from abroad.
"For customers who need additional support or may be in a vulnerable situation there is a dedicated phone line on 1800 656 001 (lines open 8am-8pm, 7 days a week) and a small field team will be in place to help known vulnerable customers who have not yet completed their account closure journey."