Want to open the lines of communication with law enforcement agencies? Hone your skills in this area.
CAMS-FCI is the certification to take you beyond the CAMS credential to an elevated level of education and practice in financial crime investigations.
Certify your advanced expertise, bridge the law enforcement gap and improve the effectiveness of your investigations.
New enrollments in our Advanced CAMS-FCI program are currently suspended. Due to the global pandemic, we do not have any live training events scheduled.
Please check back in the coming months for more information.
Specialize in the Financial Crime Investigative Arena
The certification is comprised of three parts: a self-study portion, a three-day live course, and the writing of a white paper which will be graded as the final exam.
The white paper is published and available to ACAMS members online or in print. This published paper will help you:
- Establish your expertise, gain recognition and build your portfolio
- A chance to provide thought leadership in the ACAMS community
- Provide analysis on major/emerging issues
How to Get Certified
Upcoming Certification Dates & Locations
There are no upcoming dates for the Advanced CAMS-FCI Certification at this time. Please check back again soon.
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ACAMS is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities as defined by local, applicable law. Our intent is to ensure that everyone who makes a request for accommodations is advised of the accommodation process as promptly as possible. If you have a disability as defined under local, applicable law, please contact the Accommodation Coordinator for a request form and information.
The first step in the accommodation process is to contact our Disability Services.
Disability Services Accommodation Coordinator
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