Certified Public Accountants who wish to become a member of the National Association of Forensic Accountants must successfully complete NAFA training in the methodology of Forensic Accounting Services.  This intensive training program is held several times per year.  The topics in the training program include:

· Defining the Forensic Accounting Market

· The Role of the Forensic Accountant

· Forensic Accounting Services and Methodology

· Sample Forensic Accounting Case Histories

· NAFA Engagement and Reporting

· Forensic Accounting Fees

NAFA is developing continuing education training programs in twenty-three (23) technical service fields of forensic accounting in the below listed categories. 

· Marital, Corporate and Partnership Dissolution

· Personal Injury and Wrongful Death                         

· Expert Testimony in Litigation Matters

LITIGATION SUPPORT:

· Internal Controls Review           

· Financial Statements Fraud Detection

· Fraudulent Asset Theft

· Hidden Assets Investigation

· Embezzlement

FRAUD INVESTIGATION: 

· Kickback Investigations

· Insider Trading Cases

· Breach of Contract Losses

· Patent Infringement Losses

· Commercial Fraud Investigations

· Business Valuations

· Bankruptcy Proceedings/Insolvencies

· Acquisitions and Mergers

· Claims Against Accountants

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING INVESTIGATION:

· Business Interruption

· Inventory and Contents, Equipment

· Accounts Receivable

· Fidelity

· Product Liability Claims For Major Companies With Substantial Aggregate Stop-Loss Limits

· Financial Condition Reviews in Fraud and Arson Defenses

 

INSURANCE CLAIMS-RELATED SERVICES:

NAFA Training

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