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One of my banks is Spanish, and allows downloading activity in the .n43 format (aka "Norma 43") which is some kind of Spanish version of OFX/QFX.

Any way (on a Mac) that I can convert this to an OFX file?

The only tool I found was https://pythonhosted.org/csb43/ but it throws a bunch of errors on run, such as:

Validation failed for reference '000958145698'
Bad format: content 'A82018474000' mismatches the expected format r'^\d{12}$' for this field
Validation failed for reference '000960545562'
Bad format: content 'PayPal Europe S.' mismatches the expected format r'^[ \w]{16}$' for this field
Bad format: content 'PayPal Europe S.' mismatches the expected format r'^[ \w]{16}$' for this field
Validation failed for reference '000963467753'
Bad format: content 'A82018474000' mismatches the expected format r'^\d{12}$' for this field
Bad format: content 'B57481517000' mismatches the expected format r'^\d{12}$' for this field

And the resulting OFX file does not import to Quicken.

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Try this puppy to get it to Excel, then it's easy to convert to OFX.

"Software : Conversores a Excel"

  • Sadly that's Windows only. Is there a Mac option? – Dan Jul 4 '16 at 10:31

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