2010/2011 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals
Introduction The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) has completed its 2010/2011 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals. The information contained in this global salary study is based on the 2009 employment situations of the 3,328 anti-fraud professionals who responded to our survey — 68 percent of whom are Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs). CFE Credential-An Indicator of Knowledge and Integrity What we found most encouraging about the data is how consistent the patterns have remained despite the economic downturn of the past two years. The pay advantage for having the CFE credential is as evident and significant as it was in our previous study. While this study will demonstrate the value of the credential for prospective CFEs, it will also provide valuable information and comparison points helpful to all anti-fraud professionals in measuring their compensation levels and career growth. Global Expansion We have widened the scope of this salary study to include data from our members outside the United States. This allows us to provide comparative data to not only our international members, but to prospects worldwide who are interested in the anti-fraud profession. Additionally, we are able to use this valuable information to support the needs of our members by providing the most applicable and useful tools, resources and information to assist them in their fraud prevention and detection efforts.
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