One of the most often obtained professional designations in forensic accounting is the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation. The CFE designation is granted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (Their website is http://www.acfe.com). The CFE designation demonstrates that the holder has experience and knowledge in fraud prevention, deterrence, and detection.
The requirements to obtain the CFE designation include; holding a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher learning, having at least two years of professional experience in a field either directly or indirectly related to the detection or deterrence of fraud, and passing a comprehensive examination.
The CFE exam consists of four parts: Criminology and Ethics, Fraudulent Financial Transactions, Fraud Investigation, and Legal Elements of Fraud.
To maintain the CFE designation a holder must complete 20 hours of continuing professional education each year and at least 10 of those hours must be directly related to the detection and deterrence fraud.
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