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Pure-python FinTS (formerly known as HBCI) implementation

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PyFinTS

This is a pure-python implementation of FinTS (formerly known as HBCI), a online-banking protocol commonly supported by German banks.

Read our documentation for more info

Limitations

  • Only FinTS 3.0 is supported
  • Only PIN/TAN authentication is supported, no signature cards
  • Only the following operations are supported:
    • Fetching bank statements
    • Fetching balances
    • Fetching holdings
    • SEPA transfers and debits (only with required TAN and with specific TAN methods)
  • Supports Python 3.4+

Credits and License

This library is maintained by Raphael Michel [email protected] and features major contributions by Henryk Plötz.

Further thanks for improving this library go out to: Daniel Nowak, Patrick Braune, Mathias Dalheimer, Christopher Grebs, Markus Schindler, and many more.

License: LGPL

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