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.
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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.
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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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An independent corporation sponsored by the Public Securities Association and owned by the brokers and dealers is moving toward implementation of its plan to disseminate price and volume information on a fee basis in just a few days.
The Public Securities Association (PSA) recently issued revised standardized documentation for repurchase transactions to reflect legal and marketplace developments.
"Built By Bonds" for the first time joins the immense power of the construction and design industry, including organized labor, with the Public Securities Association in order to make government officials and the public understand the need for, and tremendous benefits, of public works projects.
We understand that FFIEC is in the process of revising its policy based on comments received from MBA and other industry groups, principally the Public Securities Association.

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