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I'm looking for a program or web application that can aggregate all of my French bank accounts. For my American bank accounts I use Mint, however Mint doesn't work for French bank accounts.

Any operating system, browser, price or license is fine.

  • Any idea why mint doesn't work for your french accounts? Is it lack of or incompatible API or just as simple as the french accounts using comma as a decimal separator? – Steve Barnes Aug 26 '17 at 6:35
  • @SteveBarnes I guess each bank has its own API – Franck Dernoncourt Aug 28 '17 at 3:07
  • That tends to be the problem, also each probably has it's own authorisation process and so forth that provide a set of hoops that any developer has to jump through for each bank. Of course unless there is a regulatory driver banks rarely see any advantage in making it easier for people to also use other banks, _(they prefer to keep all of your business to themselves). – Steve Barnes Aug 28 '17 at 6:55
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You may wish to take a look at Bankin' which is a french start-up independent of the banks that provides a mobile App, (Android & iPhone), which provides at least reporting across dozens of french banks (mirror), (and many UK, German & Spanish banks).

  • There are free and charged subscriptions for the service.
  • You can only, currently, authorise transactions from within it for a very limited sub-set of banks.
  • Amounts are displayed french style even on the UK accounts, (personally I think £1 234,56 looks strange).
  • There are some internationalisation issues that can be seen here such as Checking Account vs Current Account & Fooding rather than Dining or Eating Out that will either cause a smile or annoy I am sure that the french language edition is better.
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You can use Linxo:

  • free
  • supported devices: Android, iOS, Windows Phone, web browser
  • supported banks: BNP, Hello Bank, Caisse d’Epargne, La Banque Postale, Banque Populaire, CIC, Crédit Agricole, Crédit du Nord, Crédit Mutuel, HSBC, LCL, Société Générale

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