Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE)

Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) are financial services corporations created Congress to assist groups of borrowers such as farmers, students, ranchers, homeowners and mortgage lenders to enhance credit flow and gain access to appropriate capital markets. GSEs traditionally offer a better yield over Treasuries and CDs, while the association with the U.S. government makes them attractive to investors who value quality.

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