Bank of America closing 4 Connecticut locations

Bank of America is closing several branches in Connecticut.
The bank will close the Wall Street location in Norwalk, the Cos Cob branch on East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich and the Shippan Avenue location in Stamford.
The Farmington Avenue branch in Hartford will also shut its doors.
The locations are scheduled to close next spring and summer.
Despite these closures, there will still be several branches in each municipality.
The bank says impacted employees will be transferred to other banks in the state.
Bank America issued a statement that says, "As we keep investing in new financial centers, we are constantly adapting our financial center and ATM networks to fit our clients' changing needs. The teammates working out of these financial centers will be transferred to others in our network as we remain committed to the community with about 2,600 employees in Connecticut."