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Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA) Exam Syllabus

The CFSA exam tests a candidate’s knowledge of current auditing practices and understanding of internal audit issues, risks, and remedies in the financial services industry.

  • The exam consists of 115 multiple-choice questions.
  • The testing period is two hours and fifty-five minutes.
  • Exam questions are all multiple-choice (objective) with four answer choices.
  • 80% of the exam covers four domains: Financial Services Auditing, Auditing Financial Services Products, Auditing Financial Service Processes, and The Regulatory Environment.
  • chosen discipline and will be at the proficiency level.
  • CFSA candidates may choose any one of the three disciplines as part of their CFSA exam test.
  • Candidates may not choose to be tested on more than one discipline.
  • The CFSA designation does not distinguish one chosen discipline from another.

Exam Non-disclosure

The CFSA exam is a non-disclosed examination, which means that current exam questions and answers will not be published or divulged.

NOTE: Exam topics and/or format are subject to change as approved by The IIA’s Professional Certification Board (PCB).

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