Certified AML and Fraud Professional (CAFP)

Be among the first to earn this prestigious new professional certification, The Certified AML and Fraud Professional (CAFP), that positions you as a financial crimes leader. This esteemed credential demonstrates your ability to detect, prevent, monitor and report current and emerging money laundering and fraud risks. 

Unlike any other certification program, the CAFP takes a holistic view of financial crimes, by combining AML with Fraud. It utilizes an experience-based approach to knowledge and skills application from a variety of perspectives, including realistic scenarios, as it measures your ability to assess and respond to relevant risks.

Interested in taking the next step toward your CAFP?  Explore the following web pages to learn more about eligibility, exam requirements, and the pathway to earning your certification.

To help you acquire the training needed to sit for the CAFP certification exam or as a refresher, ABA also offers a new suite of online training in AML and fraud.


Questions? Please contact ICB for more information. 

ABA’s Professional Certifications are federally registered* with the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
*CAFP is currently pending federal registration.


 How to Earn the CAFP


Discover how to earn the CAFP by listening to the recorded webinar and downloading the slides.  

A Changing Landscape Demands New Skills. Hear more about CAFP certification and online training.