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Jean-Guillaume Follorou

Jean-Guillaume Follorou



  • Corporate M&A and Private Equity
  • Tax
  • Technologies Media and Telecommunications

WSG Practice Industries



WSG Leadership

Tax Group
WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group
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).


DEA (postgraduate diploma) in Tax Law, University of Paris II (Pantheon-Assas)
Agregation (Teacher certification) in Management and Economy (Law and Administrative Management)
Master in Law and Management
Master's degree in Communautary Law, University of Rennes I, Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan
Areas of Practice

Corporate M&A and Private Equity | Tax | Technologies Media and Telecommunications

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Tax advice to a listed company during its recapitalisation.

Tax advice as part of a cross-border restructuring.

Tax advice to a listed company during its transfer of activities to subsidiaries.

Tax advice to a European group in its acquisition of several property complexes in France.

Tax advice to an aeronautics group in the restructuring of its activities in France.

Numerous assignments involving acquisition audits, tax reviews and the structuring of investments for French and foreign funds.

Professional Associations

    The Commission Juridique et Fiscale de Croissance

The European Union Put to the Test by COVID-19 – The Issue of State Aid Remains Topical
Jeantet, April 2020

Aware of the political and economic challenges facing by the European Union, the European Commission has decided to act swiftly as part of its task of monitoring state aids under Articles 107et seq.of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which require Member States to notify, prior to their implementation, measures that are likely to distort competition within the EU...

COVID-19: What are the Main Tax Impacts?
Jeantet, March 2020

Taxation: emergency measures to be taken to deal with the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis: transcription of the crisis into the companies’ accounts, reduction of the tax burden, preservation of the company’s cash flow and choice of financing and restructuring tools...

Adoption of the Ordinances of 25 March 2020 by the French Government: What are Their Tax Consequences?
Jeantet, March 2020

Article 10 of the French government’s Ordinance no. 2020-306 of 25 March 2020 on the extension of the time limits during the health emergency period and the adaptation of procedures during said period provides for specific provisions aiming at adjusting certain time limits applicable to tax audits and, more specifically, at suspending their application as of 12 March 2020 until the expiry of a period of one month after the end of the state of health emergency (i.e...

Additional Articles

L economie collaborative a  l epreuve de la loi
ODA, 02/09/2015,avec Guillaume Follorou, Patrick Thiebart, Laurianne Hoo, Pascal Georges

Les lecons du cas UberPop : l economie collaborative rattrapee par la loi
Gestionsociale.fr, 10 juillet 2015

« Transfert intracommuntaire de siege social"
avec Catherine Cathiard, Repertoire Societes Dalloz, juin 2014.

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