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Earn the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credential and take your forensic accounting knowledge to the next level.
Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) offers this leading post-CPA credential in association with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
The Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credential is granted exclusively to professional accountants (as deemed by a governing body) who demonstrate considerable expertise in forensic accounting through their knowledge, skills and experience. The CFF credential encompasses fundamental and specialized forensic accounting skills that practitioners apply in a variety of service areas. By obtaining the CFF credential, qualified CPA Canada members who are forensic accounting practitioners, internal auditors, controllers or CFOs will benefit greatly by positioning themselves as trusted accounting service providers.
How to apply fundamental and specialized forensic accounting skills in these areas:
For more information visit the AICPA overview page and AICPA FAQ page
Build your credibility and expertise as an IT professional by becoming a Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP).
Become a member of the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services section and enjoy access to essential tools and resources to take your work to the next level.
Become a member of AICPA’s Personal Financial Planning section and gain access to essential resources, advocacy and guidance you can count on to advance your practice.
Lucia Ng, administrative assistant
September 18, 2017
Jointly presented by CPA Canada and CPA Ontario, The ONE is the must-attend, multi-track event of the year, designed for all CPAs who want to be at the top of their game.
Learn about CPA Canada’s board of directors and the upcoming Annual General Meeting to be held in Quebec City on September 27, 2017.
September 7, 2017
The new U.S. reporting standard – subject to approval by the U.S. SEC – contains significant differences from Canadian auditor reporting standards. The AASB is looking at these differences to decide on next steps