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Premier Fund Manager publishes shareholder Perks guide

Premier Fund Managers has published its fourth annual Shareholder Perks Guide looking at how companies reward their shareholders.


The guide gives a brief summary of what type of perk an investor can expect if any, from investing in a certain company.


Among those perks listed is a 10 per cent discount for Airtours shareholders on holidays booked through the company&#39s advice line. They will also provide you with a free bottle of Champagne when boarding the flight.


Other top perks include cheap booze if you are a shareholder in Allied Domecq, Whitbread or Scottish & Newcastle, cheap drugs if you hold Boots shares or free food if you have shares in Associated British Foods.


The guide is available from Premier priced at £2.50.

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