SGFinDex is an industry platform that allow customers to aggregate financial data of both assets and liabilities from 7 participating banks into one consolidated view. This aggregated data that includes both Banks’ and Government’s Data, from CPF and tax overview, to credit cards, loans, investments and more.
The 7 participating banks apart from UOB are Citibank, DBS/POSB, HSBC, Maybank, Standard Chartered Bank and OCBC.
Accessing a consolidated view of finances across banks and government agencies is now made easier. To get started, you will be required to authorise and link your bank accounts to SGFinDex in which you can access from UOB Mighty app.
Click here for a step-by-step guide on how you can authorise and link your bank accounts to SGFinDex through UOB Mighty.
The purpose of SGFinDex is to allow customer to aggregate the financial information with other banks to get a consolidated view. The primary use case is to facilitate financial planning.
Citibank, DBS/POSB, HSBC, Maybank, Standard Chartered Bank, OCBC and UOB.
If the bank is not in the list above, it means the bank is not a participant SGFinDex. Customer with banking relationship with those banks, would not be able to use SGFinDex to aggregate their financial data.
Customers will need to have the following.
If you are a foreigner or have recently received your Singapore Permanent Resident status, you may wish to update your personal particulars with UOB.
You will need to perform an initial setup by providing your consent and link your bank accounts with SGFinDex. You may do so by login into UOB Mighty, go to “Services” tab and click on “SGFinDex OneView”.
The consent period lasts for 365 days (including the first day) after the first consent was made.
For illustration, if you had made a consent for UOB to release data to SGFinDex on 1st Jan 2021, and subsequently had made a consent for DBS to release data to SGFinDex on 1st Mar 2021, all consents will expire on 31st Dec 2021. If you were to attempt a data retrieval on 1st Jan 2022, there will be no data retrieved, and you will have to grant your consent again.
Unfortunately, Accredited Investors who are tagged with individual banks are excluded from SGFinDex platform. You can however, still retrieve data into the bank that you are tagged as an AI.
The banking data includes:
Additionally, the following data from DBS/POSB, OCBC and/or UOB will be available:
As of today, the MyInfo data released consist of:
No. You will not be able to select the banking data that you wish to release.
SGFinDex is currently restricted to releasing selected MyInfo and banking data only.
The CASA data returned by SGFinDex is previous months’ month end data. It is not real time. That is why it can be different from the amount that is shown in PIB.
There are stringent security measures in place to safeguard your personal data that passes through SGFinDex. Your data is encrypted when it is retrieved through SGFinDex and only the financial planning application/website(s) that you have authorised to receive your data is able to decrypt the data. The authentication and authorisation process is underpinned by SingPass.