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A beneficiary refers to an individual or entity that ultimately receives the funds, assets or benefits from a financial transaction or arrangement. Identifying beneficiaries is an important aspect of AML processes and is essential for conducting due diligence and assessing potential risks associated with financial transactions. It helps understand the purpose and legitimacy of the transaction and assists in detecting any connections to money laundering, terrorist financing or other illicit activities.