Public Securities Association

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Public Securities Association(PSA)

The trade association for primary dealers in US government securities, including MBSs. In 1997, they became known as the Bond Market Association.

Security Industry and Financial Markets Association

Formerly known as the Public Securities Association, a professional organization for banks, broker-dealers, and other organizations that underwrite securities. It serves as a lobbying group and provides education and training to members and non-members. It maintains offices in New York, Washington DC, and London, with affiliated offices in Hong Kong and other locations.

Public Securities Association

A trade group of banks, brokers, and dealers engaged in underwriting and trading federal, state, and local government securities.
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Lauren Post, director and head of municipal credit, received the SMITH'S Research & Gratings 2007 All-Star Municipal Analyst award for the second consecutive year, while Jim Cervantes, a managing director with the firm's public finance group, completed a three-year post as chair of the California Public Securities Association (Cal PSA).
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CONTACT: Pen Pendleton or Caroline Benn, both of Public Securities Association, 212-809-7000 or 212-440-9400, or http://www.
The Public Securities Association last year formed its own panel of financial industry experts to study all major tax reform proposals and their potential effects on the capital markets and the economy.
CONTACT: Pen Pendleton or Caroline Benn of Public Securities Association, 212-809-7000, 212-440-9400, or 202-434-8400/
The Public Securities Association is the bond market trade association representing securities firms and banks that underwrite, trade and sell debt securities, both domestically and internationally.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- While tax reform holds "tremendous promise" for the economy and the capital markets, the issue has also raised questions among bond market participants, said the Public Securities Association (PSA) in testimony today.
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4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Public Securities Association (PSA) released the following statement in reaction to today's Federal Appeals Court decision rejecting a constitutional challenge to Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board Rule G-37, designed to end the practice known as "pay to play.

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