One of Jersey's biggest ever property sales has brought a £10 million windfall for the States.
A £47.6 million deal sees the second finance centre building, IFC 5, sold to a local property investor.
It marks one of the biggest property deals on the island but the construction of the new finance centre in St Helier is not without controversy.
It was heavily opposed in 2015 when building began but the Jersey Development Company, the company behind the construction, say the £10.6 million profit will benefit the island as a whole.
However, some people are not convinced of the benefits.
Although the States believe the sale shows the strength of the local economy.