Meanwhile, more and more cases of financial fraud and accounting-related litigation have been occurring, expanding both the contexts and the venues in which the skill set of a fraud examiner or forensic accountant can prove invaluable toward resolving the issue. While most people may possess a basic understanding of what traditional accounting may entail, few have any understanding about forensic accounting and fraud investigation.

How to become a member of FCPAA?

By joining as the member of FCPAA, one agrees, at all time, uphold the Professional Code of Conduct and Ethnics of FCPAA.

FCPAi Certification Tests

To earn the FCPAi credential, you have to make sure you are eligible to take the tests as required by FCPAA.

Continuous Professional Education

Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is a form of recertification and is required for our FCPAs to renew…

CPE Program

Program Title :Understanding the Role of Forensic Accountant: Number of Recommended CPE credits : 3.0...

Professional Code of Conduct and Ethnics

A FCPAi shall always demonstrate a pledge to diligence in the performance of his or her duties and professionalism.

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Member Benefits

Forensic Certified Public Accountant International (FCPAi) Credential Recognized worldwide as the standard of professional excellence in the anti-fraud profession, the FCPAi usually possess a 25% salary premium.

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Disciplinary Procedures

Persons wishing to file a complaint against a member of FCPAA may send a written statement of their grievance to us at info@fcpai.org.

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Why join Us?

“Forensic accounting is the application of investigative and analytical skills for the purpose of resolving financial issues in a manner that meets standards required by courts of law.

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