Jacques Necker was the financial advisor of Louis XVI. With the formation of the national assembly, their demand was the end of the monarchy rule which was not accepted by Louis.
He asked Necker to come up with a solution. Necker tried to negotiate with the generals of the estate but they were focused on their rights.
They were thinking about the reforms which could take place politically but Necker’s main agenda of concern was administrative power. Failing to come down to a conclusion in favour of the king, Necker was dismissed by Louis.