Mr Jean-Guillaume Follorou > Jeantet > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

Jeantet
11 RUE GALILÉE
75116 Paris
France
Jean-Guillaume Follorou photo

Work Department

Tax

Position

Tax law – Tax litigation

Career

Partner at Jeantet since 2016

Jean-Guillaume Follorou specialises in business taxation. His various experiences throughout his career have enabled him to gain an extensive knowledge of the tax issues of French and international groups and their tax-related requirements. He has gained particular experience in the audiovisual and industrial sectors (aviation and automotive).

Languages

French - English

Memberships

  • The Commission Juridique et Fiscale de Croissance Plus (Croissance Plus Legal and Tax Commission)
  • Association des Anciens Elèves de l’ENS Cachan D1 (ENS Cachan D1 Alumni Association)

Education

  • Postgraduate Diploma (DEA) in Public Finance and Taxation (Paris II – Panthéon-Assas University, 2003)
  • Master’s Degree in Law and Management (ENS Cachan, 2002) and (University of Rennes I, 2003)
  • Teaching degree in Economics and Management
  • Master’s Degree in European Law (University of Rennes I, 2001)

Lawyer Rankings

Paris > Droit fiscal

La pratique de Jeantet est orientée sur la fiscalité des entreprises. L’équipe intervient en matière de fiscalité transactionnelle des opérations de fusions-acquisitions, de private equity et d’investissement immobilier. Elle a notamment assisté TAT lors de la vente de Sabena Technics. L’équipe est également sollicitée pour traiter des dossiers contentieux. La base de clientèle comprend plusieurs groupes familiaux français, ainsi que des banques suisses clientes du bureau à Genève. La pratique est codirigée par  Patrice Lefèvre-Péaron à partir de Genève et Jean-Guillaume Follorou depuis Paris. A noter, le recrutement de l’excellent Jacques-Henry de Bourmont  en mars 2020, anciennement chez LPA-CGR avocats.

France > Tax

Jeantet has a particular focus on corporate taxation issues. The firm regularly advises on M&A, private equity and property transactions, and also has a growing tax litigation practice. In a recent highlight, the team advised TAT on the sale of Sabena Technics. The strong client base includes many French family-controlled companies and, thanks to its office in Geneva, the firm also assists private Swiss banks with tax matters. The practice is co-headed by Geneva-based Patrice Lefèvre-Péaron and Jean-Guillaume FollorouJacques-Henry de Bourmont joined from LPA-CGR avocats in March 2020.