Open Financial Exchange (OFX) Consortium

A client/server, request/response model-based technical specification, Open Financial Exchange defines how financial services companies can exchange financial data over the Internet with the users of transactional websites, thin clients and personal financial software. But it is also much more than that -- by eliminating concerns about financial connectivity, Open Financial Exchange is helping accelerate the adoption of online banking and financial services. 

OFX XML specific vocabularies

More information: OFX website.

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