He says there are concerns about several issues, including the buyout of former FSIN chief Guy Lonechild.
Wall says his government is also concerned about Dutch Lerat, former CEO of the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Association who has filed a wrongful dismissal suit against the group.
Lerat is in charge of naming the chair for SIGA in his role with FSIN.
Wall says 20 per cent of gaming revenue is currently tied up in both FSIN and SIGA administration.
He says he plans to conduct a financial review before the end of the year of both group's if his government is re-elected on Nov. 7.