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Topic # 87152 21-Jul-2011 10:15
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Does anyone know if any NZ banks support OFX. I am wanting to setup a personal finance program with OFX support so I never need to download statements from my bank. I would switch to any bank that had this but I can't find any that do support this? 

Thanks, Daniel.
 

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  Reply # 496132 21-Jul-2011 10:26
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you can download .ofx files direct from ASBs fastnet.... but I am not sure if that is what you are driving at here?

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  Reply # 496133 21-Jul-2011 10:29
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National bank has OFX export too

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  Reply # 496135 21-Jul-2011 10:30
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And kiwi bank



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  Reply # 496176 21-Jul-2011 11:29
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I should have said, OFX direct connect. This is a bit like RSS in that the financial data is pulled from the bank rather than you having to download it manually. I've tried Westpac and got a reply that it basically wasn't a priority at this stage.

http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/OFX_Direct_Connect_Bank_Settings 

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  Reply # 496197 21-Jul-2011 12:04
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Sounds like what Xero does, with all the banks.




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  Reply # 496205 21-Jul-2011 12:28
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I believe no banks in NZ have that functionality, unfortunately. Xero has bank feeds but they have an agreement with the banks. Lots of hoops.




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  Reply # 496483 21-Jul-2011 23:07
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Lots of hoops would be right, hmm Xero would be good but overkill for what I want, darn.

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