Certified in financial forensics (CFF) credential

Earn the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credential and take your forensic accounting knowledge to the next level.

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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.

Becoming a CFF offers significant benefits because it:

  • positions you as premier forensic accounting professional
  • enhances your reputation as a competent, trustworthy financial forensic expert
  • increases confidence and expertise recognition for clients and employers
  • demonstrates your commitment to continuous improvement and professional development
  • provides membership access to the AICPA forensic and valuation services section
  • increases opportunities for referrals from other practitioners, strategic partners, lawyers and clients
  • includes you in a community of CPA financial forensic professionals with similar interests and practices
  • provides you with access to:
    • mentor and champion programs
    • find a CFF directory listing
    • marketing toolkit

You will learn about:

How to apply fundamental and specialized forensic accounting skills in these areas:

  • bankruptcy and insolvency
  • computer forensic analysis
  • family law
  • valuations
  • fraud prevention, detection and response
  • financial statement misinterpretation
  • economic damages calculations

For more information visit the AICPA overview page and AICPA FAQ page

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Please contact:

Lucia Ng, administrative assistant
Email: LNg@cpacanada.ca