Litigation Forensics Board (LFB)
The LFB has direct decision-making responsibility over the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF) certification criteria, including: establishing, reviewing, implementing, and maintaining MAFF certification program policies and procedures; decisions related to granting, maintaining, expanding, reducing, suspending, or withdrawing the certifications; oversight of exam development and maintenance; selection of subject matter experts for exam development activities; exam administration, scoring, and grading procedures; eligibility and experience requirements; CPE reporting and recertification requirements; and oversight of contracted work. When LFB policy additions or revisions impact the VCB, the CC will review planned changes, resolve any differences between the LFB and VCB, and recommend a final harmonized policy to both boards for approval. The LFB does not have the authority to create a new credential. The LFB has the authority to review the administrative procedures at NACVA headquarters (HQ) over the testing and recertification processes. LFB directives in these regards are made to the Executive Director. If the Executive Director does not comply, the LFB has the authority to take the matter to a higher level, that being the CEO or NACVA’s Board of Directors. The LFB, at its discretion, may evaluate other organizations’ testing processes and evaluate new technology and approaches to testing methodologies in order to maintain the highest quality standards in NACVA’s certification process. The LFB has no direct responsibility for, or involvement in, education or training.
Litigation Forensics Board