GSES

AcronymDefinition
GSESGraduate School of Environmental Studies (various locations)
GSESGood Shepherd Episcopal School (various locations)
GSESGeneralized Self-Efficacy Scale (psychiatry)
GSESGlenwood Springs Elementary School (Glenwood Springs, CO)
GSESGas Safety Engineering Section (United Kingdom)
GSESGirl Scouts of Erie Shores (Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio; Girl Scouts of the United States of America)
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And finally, the GSEs have created a new uniform data set to be used for loans sold on the secondary market-the Uniform Loan Application Dataset.
The GSEs have experimented with a range of risk transfer instruments, including reinsurance, senior-subordinate securitizations, and transactions involving explicit lender risk sharing.
One year later, on the 10 year anniversary of Fannie and Freddie being placed in conservatorship, the Safety and Soundness Blueprint continues to provide the only mathematically credible, detailed, and achievable path forward for the GSEs.
Opened in July last year, GSES was started by Phouk Many, also the mother of an autistic child.
The GSEs since 1994 have been exempted by regulatory fiat from the appraisal requirements established by Congress (Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989).
The "big fat gap" is what Alan Greenspan, the very powerful chairman of the Federal Reserve for almost two decades, who became one of the GSEs' most powerful enemies, took to calling it.
Now on appeal after being dismissed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, (6) Perry's lawsuit against the United States Treasury (the "Treasury") and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (the "FHFA"), (collectively, the "Government") is but one example of current litigation brought by private investors in connection with the GSEs. (7) These cases, sometimes referred to collectively as "dividend sweep litigation," (8) stem from a 2012 amendment (the "Third Amendment") to the Senior Preferred Stock Purchase Agreements ("PSPAs").
FHFA implemented an arbitrary 10 percent cut in the GSEs' multifamily businesses in 2013.
Paulson's (2010) memoir echoes Wallison and Calomiris, asserting the GSEs suffered from a failed business model and needed to be contained, if not eliminated altogether.
Focus instead on what happens to the infrastructure that underlies the GSEs and making sure it is part of whatever structure comes next."
In the article "GSEs: Where Do We Stand?" former St.