Become a CrFA®?
The Certified Forensic Accountant (CrFA®) credential recognizes your knowledge and expertise as an anti-fraud professional and broadcasts the value you bring to your current position and future employment opportunities. By earning the CrFA®, you demonstrate professional competency and commitment, distinguish yourself from your non-certified colleagues, and gain professional visibility and credibility with your employer.
Employers around the world know the value of the CrFA®credential and they seek out the expertise that comes with it. Becoming a CrFA®provides you with a strong foundation for a variety of career choices by equipping you with the tools you need to excel in the fight against fraud.
Below is a list of business and corporate professionals who can become CrFA®:
- External Auditors
- Internal Auditors
- GAO Auditors
- Quality Assurance Personnel
- Valuators of closely held businesses
- Risk Management and Compliance Managers
- Fraud Investigators
- Defense Department Auditors
- Corporate Attorneys
Get an overview of the certification process