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Code of Ethics
All Certified Fraud Examiners must meet the rigorous criteria for admission to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Thereafter, they must exemplify the highest moral and ethical standards and must agree to abide by the bylaws of the ACFE and the Certified Fraud Examiner Code of Professional Ethics.
Maintaining the Credential
CFEs must obtain a minimum of 20 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) every 12-month period and pay annual membership dues to stay current in their profession.
Ethical Issues for Fraud Examiners (Online Self-Study)

In your work to resolve allegations of fraud, you might encounter ethical issues that require you to look beyond the technical requirements of your job and toward the moral dimensions.

Ethical Theory for Fraud Examiners (Online Self-Study)

As a fraud examiner, the decisions you make will be extremely important to your client or company as well as to the individuals you may be called upon to investigate.

Practical Ethics for Fraud Examiners (Online Self-Study)

In today's business climate, ethics is more than simply taking the moral high road—it is a matter of self-preservation.

CFE Code of Professional Standards
Adopted by the Board of Regents, February 22, 2001
Comptroller, horse lady and crook, Part 1 of 2

Case study of a small-town comptroller, Rita Crundwell, accused of misappropriating more than $53 million in city funds. She has pleaded not guilty.

Big money, acquisitions and consequences

The authors describe cases in which companies ignored the warning signs and faced the consequences of inadequate anti-money laundering programs.

Flunking the Ethics Test

An open list of potential issues to consider when designing and implementing ethical standards within a corporation

'The Wizard of Lies' describes a tragedy of Shakespearean proportions

Interview with Diana Henriques, the first reporter to obtain jailhouse interviews with Madoff, and who muses about the damages he caused and the lessons for all.

Avoiding trouble in China

In the last three decades, China has shown stunning economic and social progress. However, its super achievements have come at a cost — the dramatic resurgence of corruption and widespread fraud. Here are ways that multinational companies can keep out of trouble in China.

The similarities end with the initials

Article outlining ACFEI's differences from the ACFE, following an expose of ACFEI by "Frontline."

Payments that 'grease the rails'

Overview and cautions about the amendment to the U.S. FCPA that allows for “facilitating payments.”

Conflict of interest

The author outlines why conflict of interest can lead to corruption and how this information can help CFEs detect and prevent this type of fraud for their clients or organizations.

Latin American Corruption and Corporate Fraud

Renewed emphasis on the FCPA and invigorated judicial efforts in Latin America are deterring corruption and other forms of fraud.

Compliance 101 for Certified Fraud Examiners (Webinar CD)

In this self-study course, you'll learn the fundamentals of an effective compliance program.