Donald Trump’s son-in-law and former White House adviser Jared Kushner is reportedly in talks to sell the family’s real estate empire to an investment firm that has deep ties to the Clintons.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Kushner has agreed to sell his stake in Kushner Companies, which includes his father-in the White House, to an investor group led by New York-based investment firm BGC Partners.

The move, which could be finalized as early as today, would give Kushner the opportunity to buy up to 50% of the company.

Kushner’s father-son duo are also in talks about a sale of the family real estate company, which is run by Kushner, his son-indirect adviser, and his brother-in.

In a statement to CNBC, the Kushner Companies said, “We look forward to continuing to work with our investor group and our Board of Directors to maximize our return to shareholders.”

The New York Post reports that the Kushner family is also exploring a sale deal with the Kushner Company.

“It’s not a done deal yet, but we are working on it,” a person familiar with the matter told the Post.

“This deal is not in the cards yet.”

The Journal also reports that a Kushner family insider said, according to a person close to the matter, that “the sale of Kushner Companies would be a deal of some sort between the Kushner and BGC groups.”

“There’s a real possibility that we could be seeing a Kushner/BGC deal in the near future,” the person said, adding that Kushner is “very committed to his family’s legacy.”

BGC is reportedly also working with Kushner Companies to secure a deal with “a major American bank.”

According to The New Yorker, the bank is seeking a $50 billion valuation for the company, and that a deal would include the sale of a stake in the company to the bank.

The bank is also reportedly looking to secure an additional $200 million for the family and to acquire another stake in their company.

A BGC spokesperson declined to comment on the transaction.