Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF)—The MAFF credential is designed to provide assurance to the legal and business communities—the primary users of financial litigation services—that the designee possesses a level of experience and knowledge deemed acceptable by the Association to provide competent and professional financial litigation support services. To earn the MAFF credential, candidates must attest to having met certain prerequisites and Experience Requirement, plus pass a five-hour proctored exam that tests to NACVA's Financial Forensics Body of Knowledge (FFBOK). To prepare for the exam, NACVA sponsors and recommends a five-day course entitled, Foundations of Financial Forensics Workshop. To support our MAFF designees and the entire financial forensics discipline, NACVA offers intermediate to advanced training in eight areas of specialized focus (specialty areas).
For detailed information, visit the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics on NACVA.com.