Certified Fraud Examiner
CFE Exam Regulations
Procedure for taking the exam
The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) accreditation is a recognized expertise in the prevention, detection and deterrence of fraud.
CFE are trained to identify alert signs and red flags which indicate possibilities of fraud and the risk related to fraud.
CFE worldwide help protect global economy by uncovering fraud and implementing processes to prevent the occurrence of fraud.
Certified Fraud Examiners are employed by the majority of large companies and governmental organizations worldwide.
As internal agents or external consultants, CFE are in charge of investigating a huge variety of fraud allegations.
CFE equally provide investigation and consultation services to law firms, commercial companies and others in the areas of litigation support, fraud investigation and fraud prevention.
CFE posses a unique collection of skills unfound in other areas or fields of work; they combine knowledge of complex financial transactions with an understanding of methods, law alongside the procedures to resolve fraud allegations.
In order to become a CFE, an individual must pass a rigorous test on the four main disciplines which comprise the fraud knowledge review body:
👍Expertise and ethic:
All CFE must respond to the rigorous criteria of admission to ACFE. Furthermore, they must demonstrate the highest moral and ethical standards and must accept to abide by the ACFE regulations and CFE professional ethic code.
The certification exam tests your knowledge in four main areas:
👍 1 : Financial Transactions and Fraud Schemes
This examines your understanding of the various types of fraudulent financial operations and false writing. It is about:
👍 2 : Law
Here, we ensure that you are aware of various legal implications of fraud investigations (penal law, civil law and evidence, rights of the accused, complainants and testimonies as experts).
👍 3 : Investigation
Examine your understanding of interrogation techniques, confession collection, tracking of illicit transactions, report writing, etc.
👍 4: Fraud Prevention and Deterrence
Examine your knowledge on the factors motivating people to commit fraud and the means to deter them from committing them or prevention methods. It is about:
Registration and Training fees for CFE at Integra Training and Consulting cover:
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Candidates for this certification must at least be holders of a Bachelor degree from an accredited institution and have a minimum work experience of two years in a field related to fraud prevention, detection and deterrence.
It may take up to 10 hours to go through the entire exam.
Each of the 4 sections has 125 questions.
Before finishing the test, the candidate has to request the verification activation key.
As soon as the candidate is successful at the exam, the CFE accreditation shall be examined by the ACFE certification committee. Integra Training and Consulting will have to follow-up this process with US based ACFE.
👍 AFTER-COURSE COACHING
Your training with Integra Training and Consulting continues even after your training! For 30 days, your trainer will be available to help you apply newly acquired skills, overcome obstacles and offer advice on specific problems.
The ideal moment to receive After-Course Coaching is when the course material is still fresh in your mind. Integra Training and Consulting is engaged in the realization of your objectives and for this reason, you have up to 30 days to benefit from your coaching.
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If you feel that certain elements of the training were not well assimilated, Integra Training and Consulting-ITC could invite you during another training session.
With Integra Training and Consulting, key concepts are mastered to finger tips!