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Courses - Government Securities Division Online Courses - Coming Soon!

DTCC Learning plans to provide asynchronous, self-paced online courses to educate GSD professionals about a number of topics, industry practices, and current trends. These online courses will require registration on the part of the student and offer tracked assessments that can be used in conjunction with career development goals. To request that a particular topic be discussed as part of an online course, or to inquire as to their availability, please use the email inquiry link, below:

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Events - Government Securities Division Webinar Curriculum

Introduction to General Collateral Finance (GCF) Repo Webinar

    The GCF Repo® service enables dealers to trade general collateral repos, based on rate, term, and underlying product, throughout the day without requiring intra-day, trade-for-trade settlement on a Delivery-versus-Payment (DVP) basis.

    This webinar includes overview of the Fixed Income Clearing Corporation, FICC’s Government Securities Division and GCF REPO® Services.

    Introduction to Government Securities Division (GSD) Overview Webinar

      FICC's Government Securities Division (GSD) is the leading provider of trade comparison, netting and settlement for the Government securities marketplace.

      This course includes an overview of the Fixed Income Clearing Corporations, Government Securities Division core services and functions. Topics reviewed are inclusive of the Real-Time Trade Matching (RTTM®) service, Netting and Settlement Services and the Repurchase Agreement Services.


      DTCC Learning provides synchronous, expert-led web sessions to educate students in the use of DTCC products, services, and applications. These learning events afford attendees the opportunity to interact directly with DTCC Learning senior learning consultants while experiencing the benefits of classroom training over the web. We refer to these events as webinars. To request that a particular topic be discussed as part of a webinar, or to inquire as to their upcoming availability, please use the email inquiry link, below:

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