Congratulations, you’re a Certified Fraud Examiner! Here you will find important information and resources to help guide you as you embark on this new stage of your career.
As a CFE, an important responsibility is ensuring that your anti-fraud skills and knowledge evolve and grow to fight ever-evolving fraud. This is why we require CFEs to earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) annually to maintain the CFE credential. Learn more about CPE:
In addition to the numerous resources and savings available to all ACFE members, CFEs have exclusive responsibilities and privileges that no other anti-fraud professionals have. You can now:
You’ve earned your CFE credential, in part, to take your career to more exciting, lucrative places. Take these additional steps toward that goal.
Inform your manager(s) and team that you earned your CFE credential. Share with them how your new knowledge can help your organization now and in the future.
Visit the ACFE Job Board if you’re looking to take a new step in your career. Post your résumé and search for job opportunities.
You know how hard you worked to earn the prestige and power of the Certified Fraud Examiner credential. Now you have the chance to share your insights with other potential CFEs and members of your community.
Presented in non-technical terms, Investigating on the Internet: Research Tools for Fraud Examiners will teach you how to use the internet to find and follow leads, and make your fraud examinations more effective.
Attend this seminar and learn to write an effective report, explore the fundamentals of good report writing and learn to communicate the results of your investigation clearly and effectively.