Jacques-Henry de Bourmont > Jeantet > Paris, France > Profil de l'avocat

Jeantet
11 RUE GALILÉE
75116 Paris
France

Département

Tax

Fonction

Partner

Carrière professionnelle

Jacques-Henry de Bourmont assists French and international clients, companies and investment funds, with all their tax issues (tax and criminal litigation, transfer pricing, management of intangible assets, asset optimisation, structuring of management packages, executive remuneration, real estate taxation). Admitted to the Paris and Frankfurt Bars, he has developed a recognized experience in the Franco-German field.

Teacher in Real Estate taxation at ESSEC Business School and Foreign Trade Advisor, he began his career at Rhône-Poulenc (now Sanofi Aventis) as an international tax specialist, then joined Ernst & Young Sociétés d’Avocats, where he was head of the French Desk in Frankfurt until 2005. He then joined Marcus Partner as Managing Director and Head of the Tax Department. In 2011, he joined the law firm LPA-CGR (Lefèvre Pelletier) where he held the position of Head of Corporate Tax and Franco-German departments.

 

Langues

French, English

Affiliations

  • International Fiscal Association (IFA)
  • Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux (IACF)
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
  • Association des Fonds d’Investissement en Capital (AFIC) et  European Venture Capital Association (EVCA)

Formation académique

  • Bar Training School of Paris (EFB), 1996
  • Postgraduate Diploma (DEA) in Business Law – University of Paris X Nanterre, 1994
  • Master’s Degree in Tax- University of Paris IX  Dauphine, 1993
  • Master’s Degree in Management & Accounting Science – University of Paris IX  Dauphine, 1992

Classements des avocats

Paris > Droit fiscal

Jeantet est recommandé pour la gestion des dossiers de fiscalité transactionnelle. L’équipe intervient régulièrement sur la structuration d’opérations de fusions-acquisitions, de private equity et d’immobilier traitées par le cabinet. Elle s’illustre le plus souvent dans des transactions de petite et moyenne dimensions, tout en étant parfois mandatée dans de plus grandes opérations. Elle traite aussi les aspects fiscaux d’opérations sur les marchés actions. Enfin, l’expertise couvre la fiscalité immobilière et des opérations portant sur des actifs industriels. La pratique fiscale est codirigée par  Jean-Guillaume Follorou et Jacques-Henry de Bourmont (ex LPA-CGR avocats ). Ils sont entourés du counsel Gabriel di Chiara.