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Before earning the CFE Credential, you are required to pass the CFE Exam. The CFE Exam tests your knowledge of the four major areas that comprise the fraud examination body of knowledge:

Fraud Prevention and Deterrence — tests your understanding of why people commit fraud and ways to prevent it. Topics covered in this section include crime causation, white-collar crime, occupational fraud, fraud prevention, fraud risk assessment, and the ACFE Code of Professional Ethics.

Financial Transactions and Fraud Schemes — tests your comprehension of the types of fraudulent financial transactions incurred in accounting records. To pass Financial Transactions & Fraud Schemes, you will be required to demonstrate knowledge of the following concepts: basic accounting and auditing theory, fraud schemes, internal controls to deter fraud and other auditing and accounting matters.

Investigation — includes questions about interviewing, taking statements, obtaining information from public records, tracing illicit transactions, evaluating deception and report writing.

Law — ensures your familiarity with the many legal ramifications of conducting fraud examinations, including criminal and civil law, rules of evidence, rights of the accused and accuser, and expert witness matters.

Register for the Course

Are you already an ACFE member? If yes, please type your membership number, if not a member please type “new member’ in the box below.
You must be able to provide your own laptop device with WIFI capability to complete this training. Please confirm that you will be able to source and bring this equipment for the full 5 days of training.
As a CFE Exam Review course attendee you have the option of sitting each exam at the completion of each day of training. It is highly recommended that you will take this opportunity. Please confirm if you intend to sit the four exams onsite as part of this training.
Have you ever been convicted of any felony, or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, that you have not previously reported to the ACFE? (“Moral turpitude” means an offense that calls into question the integrity or judgement of the offender, such as fraud, bribery, corruption, theft, embezzlement, solicitation. etc.) If the answer is ‘yes’ please provide detailed information.
I certify that the above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Falsification of any information on this application is grounds for denial or revocation of membership. If this application is accepted, I agree to abide by the Bylaws and Code of Professional Ethics of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Membership is a privilege and not a right. Qualification are established by the Board of Regents, whose decision are final. I consent to the storage of my personal data in the ACFE’s offices in the United States, in its regional offices and by its local chapter.