Regulators will accept paperwork in English in attempt to persuade finance firms to move from London to Paris after Brexit vote.
Former economy minister and French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron dismisses idea of post-Brexit concessions for the City of London.
Manuel Valls said that post-Brexit his government is working on initiatives to reinforce France's 'attractiveness' to large corporations.
Giving a speech in the heart of the City, prime minister Manuel Valls urged British businesses to invest in France.
A new 75 percent tax rate on top earners has French groups looking for shelter in London, already home to some 30,000 French financial professionals.