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The American Board of Forensic Accounting (ABFA), in conjunction with Dr. D. Larry Crumbley, emeritus professor at Louisiana State University (LSU) and one of the leading forensic accounting lecturers and authors in the world, along with an esteemed group of educators and professionals, developed the Forensic Accounting Video Series (FAVS).
Each video session is based on an interactive learning platform which covers the broad base of forensic accounting knowledge. FAVS is divided into twenty-four (24) separate video sessions, each with specific learning objectives, practice questions, and an assessment test. FAVS will help individuals learn more about forensic accounting and those who want to further prepare for the Certified Forensic Accountant, Government Forensic Accountant, or Registered Forensic Investigator exams.
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- The FAVS is a Quality Assurance Standard (QAS) Self Study Course.
- Expert training in the practices of forensic accounting.
- For more details about course guidelines and administrative policies, download the
FAVS Course Info Packet.
- Certified Forensic Accountant
- Government Forensic Accountant
- Registered Forensic Investigator
ABFA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
- The Movie “The Accountant” Starring Ben Affleck
- The World’s Most Corrupt Industries
- The Effects of Fraud
- Fraud Red Flags and Clues
- Rita Crundwell Embezzlement Case
- Examples of Fraud
- Thinking like a Detective
- The History of Forensic Accounting
- Controlling Fraud
- Important Economic Crime Statistics
- Fraudsters Come in All Sizes
- Fraud Detection
- Profiling the Fraudster
- Fraud Motivators: Building on the Fraud Triangle
- Pillars of Financial Reporting
- COSO Cube Anti-Fraud Systems
- Tone at the Top Internal Auditors
- Approaches to Fraud Risk Assessment
- Financial Audits vs. Forensic Audits
- Being Proactive
- Social Engineering Schemes
- Methods of Detection
- Earnings Management
- Financial Reporting
- Earnings Management
- Responses to Fraud
- Financial Statement Fraud
- Types of Misappropriations
- Preventing Fraud
- Symptoms of Fraud
- Employee Schemes
- Investigating Like a Detective
- Using Statistics to Find Fraud
- Evidential Material
- Illegal Acts by Clients
- Computer Technology and Fraud
- Data Mining and Other Investigative Technology Methods
- Risk Management