Three U.S. cities will host a comprehensive classroom introduction to field of financial forensics.
Business valuation and financial experts at the Consultants’ Training Institute (CTI) have introduced a Financial Forensics Workshop series. The workshops are built on the specific content underlying the National Professional Association for CPAs (AICPA) Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) exam.
While not billed as a review course for the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) credential or the AICPA’s CFF, the workshop is designed to offer valuable resources and study aids that provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of financial forensics.
“This course captures essential concepts in a wide variety of subject areas,” says CTI’s Dave Dix, “that underlie NACVA’s Certified Forensic Financial Analyst credential and the AICPA’s CFF accreditation.”
In the next six weeks, consultants in Chicago (Nov. 7–11), Phoenix (Nov. 28 through Dec. 2), and Fort Lauderdale (Dec. 5–9) will all have a chance to get in-person training from top experts in the field.
The intensive five-day workshop, developed and taught by experts in their respective fields, deliver an understanding of professional standards, the legal underpinnings of financial forensics, and an overview of specialized areas of financial forensic practice including:
- Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Reorganization
- Business Valuation
- Computer Forensic Analysis
- Economic Damages
- Family Law
- Financial Statement Misrepresentation
- Fraud Prevention, Detection and Response
CTI offers a wide variety of other business consulting courses, and visits a number of other cities this fall. Learn more about all the CTI course offerings this year by downloading the full-color Consultants’ Training Institute Third Quarter 2011 Catalog (PDF document).
Members can register by calling 800-677-2009.