Who is IICFIP?

IICFIP is incorporated in the USA. It is not an institute just in the business of fraud examination but forensic investigation in the widest sense in order to train the professionals to become all rounded experts in forensic investigation such that they are able to carry out fraud examination, forensic accounting, financial investigations, digital forensics, criminal investigations and do fraud/corruption control.

Mission of HKACI

HKACI, acts as the Continental Branch for Asia of IICFIP, aims: 

  • To Enable the Enterprises in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan to Acquire the Excellence of Corporate Governance, Business Ethics, and Forensic Investigation, Fraud Control and Preventive Skills 
  • To be the Leading Corporate Governance and Forensic Investigation Accreditation Training and Standards Setting Institute in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan by enabling our members to share the best practices of their clients or companies in these aspects

Services of HKACI

To fulfill the mission, HKACI authorizes The International Academy for Anti-corruption Professionals to firstly provide 2 unique courses - "Anti-corruption Awareness Training Workshop (AAT)" and "Certified Anti-corruption Consultant Training Course

(CACC)" - to the professionals and all government and business executives in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan to guide them to become all rounded experts in corporate governance and forensic investigation. The courses run by HKACI accredited tuition centers are recognized by IICFIP (USA), Society of Accounting Education (Pakistan), Ghana Anti-fraud Professionals Association.

Who should join the Courses?

  • Government and Business Executives who are interested in forensic investigation, forensic accounting and audit, fraud prevention and detection
  • The Enterprises who are in business expansion or re-engineering and need to strengthen their internal audit control, anti-fraud awareness, business ethics and corporate governance to support their fame and businesses are in a healthy growth