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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
 
Inside the Fraudster's Mind

This course takes an inside look at the fraudster’s mind, exploring psychological information that is key to the successful development of a fraud prevention and detection program

Ethical Issues for Fraud Examiners (Workbook)

This course will help you to understand what constitutes an ethical dilemma and help you to develop an awareness of ethical issues faced by fraud examiners.

The Landscape of Whistleblowing: A Personal and Professional Perspective

Learn the story of an audit executive whistleblower from a first-hand account of a false claim investigation, including the ethical and moral decisions involved.

Corporate Governance for Fraud Prevention (Online Self-Study)

Corporate Governance for Fraud Prevention describes the principles, functions and essential components of a corporate governance system.

UK Bribery Act: Compliance and Investigation (Online Self-Study)

This course provides you with relevant information on the current legal and regulatory framework of the movement to combat bribery in international trade.

Ethics in an Unethical World (Webinar CD)

In this course you will learn about the challenges all of us face on a day-to-day basis and the personal impacts of each decision we make.

How to Build an Effective Ethics Program (Workbook)

This course discusses ethics in general, how it relates to business and provides instruction on how to assess the ethical climate of your organization to determine what changes need to be made.

Why Good People Do Bad Things: The Psychology of Workplace Deviance

This course focuses on the psychology of workplace deviance and fraud to help you recognize that good people sometimes do bad things for what they believe are good reasons.

Common Ethical Lapses by CFEs (Online Self-Study)

This course is designed to educate you about common circumstances that lead to ethical lapses in judgment and help you gain insights regarding the potential consequences of your actions.

Who’s in Control Here?

A prominent N.J., attorney vanished on July 7, 1994, hours before he was to surrender to police on charges of defrauding a local bank of $8.4 million in a mortgage loan scheme.