Australian independent financial data repository InvestmentLink today announced it will provide My SMSF access to its platform of data feeds under its grant program.
My SMSF provides administration services, lending and advice to investors in the property market, and has developed cloud-based software for accounting and financial planning practices with SMSF clients.
Under the program, My SMSF will have access to a feed of financial account and investment fund data at no cost for a period of 18 months.
“Integrating additional data into our offering will allow us to enhance our engagement with clients,” My SMSF founder and director Robert Joseph said.
“Our mission is to provide an integrated offering for all services related to property in super purchases, and these data feeds will strengthen that offering.”
InvestmentLink chief technology officer Wayne Robinson noted there were a number of innovators in the SMSF space that were looking to improve services in the sector.
“We look forward to working with My SMSF as they build a more comprehensive offering for the sector,” Robinson said.
InvestmentLink’s data is currently used by over 12,000 financial planners and 200 dealer groups.
The platform holds data on over 4.4 million client accounts with more than $40 billion in funds under management.
The InvestmentLink grant has been made available to Australian fintech start-ups and will provide access to 600 data feeds.
It will include 500 live accounts with access to test accounts and the InvestmentLink API (application programming interface).