CIFR has undertaken some text analysis to gain a better understanding of the submissions received by the FSI. A total of 298 FSI submissions have been received, from 233 unique contributors.Professional industry associations (25%) represent the major single source of submissions. The number of submissions and their sources are broadly similar to the experience of the Wallis Inquiry (1997).
The topics most commonly addressed by the submissions include: the banking system, superannuation, financial advice, markets, system integrity, funding, insurance, legislation, payments and regulation. A major area of concern was the regulation of superannuation. Based on the submissions, there appears to be broad support for the current financial system.