CFE – It’s More Than Three Letters Behind Your Name

The three impactful letters, CFE, are recognized around the world. But the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential gives you more than recognition.

As a CFE, you’ll have the ability to:

  • Increase your earnings – CFEs earn 17% more than their non-certified colleagues.*
  • Protect your organization – Organizations with CFEs on staff uncover fraud 40% sooner — and experience fraud losses that are 54% smaller — than organizations that do not have CFEs on staff.**
  • Earn professional credibility – Demonstrate your anti-fraud knowledge and expertise to your clients, employer and peers.
  • Advance your career – Continually build your anti-fraud expertise and professionalism with world-class training and resources.
  • Enhance your marketability – Robert Half International identifies the CFE as " of the most marketable credentials today." And nearly 90% of Fortune 500® companies employ at least one CFE.

*2022 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals
**According to ACFE Research

I think it’s the gold standard in the industry. The requirements to obtain the CFE credential are spot-on with what you need to be successful in the anti-fraud profession. Jeremy Clopton, CFE

Forensic Accounting


Public Accounting


Missouri, U.S.