I was wondering:
How common are shareholders' clubs outside France? In France, at least a dozen of the CAC 40 companies have such clubs, where they offer various advantages like museum / concert tickets, price reductions on their shops, etc. (e.g. BNP Paribas, LVMH...)
Similarly, how common are 'fidelity bonuses', which are bonus dividends (often +10% on normal dividends) that you can earn if you hold the shares in your name for a certain amount of time (e.g. >= 2 years).
As a sidenote, such advantages are a significant plus for me, and one of the reasons why I avoid French ETFs.