The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners has expanded its anti-fraud efforts to Japan through an agreement with Tokyo-based D-Quest Inc., under which that company will provide the ACFE's anti-fraud publications, training courses and the Certified Fraud Examiner certification program in Japan.

D-Quest, a provider of risk management solutions, focuses on compliance management consulting services such as third-party anonymous hotlines and employee awareness programs.

Under the agreement, D-Quest will translate the ACFE's Fraud Examiners Manual and other materials into Japanese, with additional information about Japanese laws and regulations relating to fraud, and will also offer anti-fraud educational seminars and conferences in accordance with ACFE standards.

The ACFE is also working with D-Quest to provide a Japanese-language version of the CFE exam, to be offered starting in 2005.

The ACFE has 31,000 members in over 110 countries, sponsors more than 103 chapters worldwide and provides anti-fraud educational materials to over 100 universities.

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