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Zero Dividend Preference Shares are considered lower risk than ordinary shares and have a predetermined rate of capital return. The shareholders receive no dividends throughout the life of the company. Shareholders have preferential rights over the distribution of the company’s assets on winding-up. All returns to the holder will be classed as capital gains.