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.
These seminars offer knowledge you can use immediately, while also laying a foundation for future professional development.
The ACFE strives to provide the highest quality training events for anti-fraud professionals at all levels of experience. Get the support and education you need to effectively fight fraud by attending ACFE anti-fraud seminars and conferences held in cities around the world.
CFE Code of Professional Standards
Adopted by the Board of Regents, February 22, 2001