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Our skilled team will work with you to help keep your business and clients protected. Our skilled team led by a Certified Fraud Examiner will work with you to help keep your business and clients protected. Fraud can affect your business in a variety of ways. A CFE consultant functions as objective experts to help avoid possible problems, examine allegations, or offer solutions. With an advanced understanding of intricate financial transactions, combined with knowledge of investigation, criminology, law, and the skills to resolve fraud allegations, our CFE experience has what it takes to provide you with the solutions your business needs.

  • Employee Theft
  • Collusion
  • Due Diligence
  • Discrepancies
  • Court Mandates
  • Bankruptcies
  • Loan Covenants
The ACFE’s Board of Regents sets the standards required for CFE certification. The Board of Regents consists of the profession’s most accomplished professionals and is elected by CFE members. CFE candidates have obtained a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and have worked two or more years in a field related to the detection and deterrence of fraud. The exam is rigorous, testing the candidate’s knowledge in all areas of fraud examination.  After receiving certification, CFEs must complete at least 20 credit hours of continued professional education annually to insure that they are educated and informed.