Government Securities Clearing Corporation(redirected from Government Securities Clearing Corp.)
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.
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Government Securities Clearing Corporation (GSCC)
A nonprofit organization that provides clearing and settlement of U.S. government securities. GSCC was established in 1986 as a subsidiary of the National Securities Clearing Corporation.
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