Why ACFAP ?

ACFAP LogoAssociation of Certified Forensic Accounting Professionals is driven by world-class research and a profound commitment to:

  • delivering educational excellence
  • providing increased opportunities for forensic accountants
  • offering value to teachers, educational institutions and employers
  • promoting forensic accounting education to benefit society as a whole.

Here are few reasons why you should choose ACFAP Exams to improve your forensic accounting and fraud investigation skill sets.

Develop real-life forensic accounting skills

ACFAP believes that forensic accounting is a pre-requisite skill set for the accountants and management students these days.

  • ACFAP exams are designed to assess how accountants use forensic skills to investigate frauds in real-life situations.
  • Academicians preparing students for our exams are giving them forensic accounting skills they can use for everyday life, work and study.

Fully supported by a range of learning and teaching resources

  • We offer a wide variety of resources including Official Preparation Materials, videos, to help learners practise and improve their forensic accounting skill sets effectively.
  • We provide teaching resources, qualifications and professional development to make a forensic accounting teaching career rewarding, effective and enjoyable.
  • Each exam comes with comprehensive preparation and support materials for learners and teachers.

International and available worldwide

  • Candidates have choice and flexibility over when, where and how to take an exam.
  • Many of our exams can be taken with the internet connections.

Secure, reliable and fair

  • ACFAP Uniform Exams are designed to be fair to all test takers, whatever their age, gender, nationality, first language or ethnic background.
  • Organisations can verify results using our online Results Verification Service.

Backed by world-class research

  • ACFAP exams are backed by extensive research carried out by one of the world’s largest dedicated forensic accounting research teams