Bank of Ireland says no decision has been made on when five local branches are to close.
It announced in March that the local branches would be among the 103 across the island that are to close.
The branches in Arva, Cootehill, Kingscourt, Castleblayney and Clones are among those slated to close.
88 branches are to close in the republic, with another 15 in the north - including Crossmaglen, Dungannon, Keady and Lisnaskea.
At the time, Bank of Ireland said the decision was due to an increase in online banking.
It said no branches would close before September.
In response to a query from Northern Sound News, Bank of Ireland has said that no decision on specific closing dates for the local branches has been made.
It says customers affected will receive a letter informing them of the closure date at least 12 weeks in advance.