GSCC


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Government Securities Clearing Corporation

A subsidiary of the National Securities Clearing Corporation that provides clearing services for U.S. government securities. For example, the GSCC specializes in transactions such as those involving Treasury bonds.

GSCC

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GSCC took two actions on the night of September 11 to minimize the problems caused by the destruction of broker records and by the loss of telecommunication links.
Council bosses met in May 2010 and decided to sack him on grounds of gross misconduct before referring his case to the GSCC.
Ms Healy was formally "admonished" by the GSCC which means she was not suspended but a record of the proceedings will lie on her file for two months.
A Unison spokeswoman said: "It is right that the GSCC should recognise the challenging environment for social workers in Haringey.
Ms Ward and Ms Christou did not attend any of this week's GSCC hearings because of the way the media treated them over their involvement in the case, their lawyer said.
This year's GSCC featured keynote speeches and individual conference sessions, all moderated by Reed Business Information editors Francis J.
The Department of Health and local councils, through working with the GSCC, can strengthen the protection of all children by delivering higher standards of conduct and improved working practices.
where banks typically use Fedwire for federal funds and book entry security transfers (though the GSCC is now a major private alternative for securities clearings) while directing the bulk of their foreign exchange and Eurodollar transactions to CHIPS.
GSCC establishes a single net position for each participant's daily trading activity in a given security by netting all cash and repo transactions and Treasury auction purchases.
Representing the subtractive machining approach will be the GSCC Hercules milling machine, which has been engineered to be easy to use, yet versatile enough to produce any machineable element needed for the jewellery business in either soft metal or wax with fine detail and a high-quality surface finish.
Jim Nolen attended GSCC in the 1980s and was employed by Nolen Glass Company for many years.
The GSCC panel reported: "The registrant did not dispute the fact of her conviction nor the sentence that was imposed as a result.