beneficiary of money


beneficiary of money
(Securities Industry)
The party that is the ultimate beneficiary of the cash transfer. The final party is mentioned when different from the creditor, whose account will be credited by the final agent.
Also final party, ultimate beneficiary (Payment Industry).

Euroclear glossary. 2008.

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