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  Reply # 1947122 26-Jan-2018 12:37
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^That's probably hard for them since the stories I hear from inside banks is that they're still struggling with legacy and heritage systems, and middleware bloat, meaning getting hooked into 3rd party services is a huge effort and $ investment with not much commercial viability.  




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  Reply # 2159536 12-Jan-2019 00:37
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A new year and a new hope to get my finances under control!

 

I'm still on the hunt to find a NZ bank that will give me easy access to my transactional data.... There has been mention of APIs with BNZ but they've gone a bit quiet on it.

 

Does anyone know of any banks that have any automated way of getting my transactional data out on a daily basis so I can then import it automatically into my budgeting app YNAB? Even a daily email with an attachment could be something I can work with...


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