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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When I ask Kawsar if ethnic conflicts made him part ways with the GSCC, he laughs it off: 'No, not at all.
This article reviews the development of such services through the formation of the Government Securities Clearing Corporation (GSCC) in 1986.
Several brokers whose offices were not destroyed were nevertheless unable to advise GSCC of trades they had arranged on the morning of September 11.
The GSCC panel was also told of a series of failing in relation to other cases.
"Our old website was bare bones," GSCC Public Relations Coordinator Kay Smith-Foster said.
A panel found Mould guilty on five counts after hearing the GSCC's case in a little over five hours.
The GSCC panel said they believed both witnesses were honest and trustworthy but had given very different versions of events.
GSCC solicitor Julian Evans told the hearing: "The allegations are of a sexual nature, said to have been perpetrated against three vulnerable service users at the centre.
The General Social Care Council (GSCC) regulates the social care workforce in England.
The body's conduct committee said Reeves, aged 48, signifi-cantly damaged the reputation of social workers by using threatening and abusive behaviour against the couple, identified only as Mr and Mrs B, and failed to inform the GSCC of her criminal record.
Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the GSCC is a first-of its kind initiative designed to create new peda gogical standards for increasing pass rates in basic skills courses at community colleges.
This month the Care Standards Tribunal overturned a decision by the General Social Care Council (GSCC), which had refused to register her as a social worker.