I added the MS Money Report mapping from the csv2ofx wiki and merged in Arthur Liu’s UBS mapping to csv2ofx.
A quick reminder for the way mappings work: The built in mappings are made to work as an example for your own CSV files. You might happen to have a CSV file from one of the banks or software used by the example mappings, but likely, you have your own bank and own CSV file format. Copy the src/csv2ofx/mappings.py file to your own location and name it csv2ofx_custom.py. Then edit/add mappings as you need to suite your own needs.
As always, contributed mappings are welcome back.
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