Aston Martin’s Future Will Soon Be Decided

The talk of any potential investors has actually been good for Aston Martin, as its shares on the stock market rose by 15 percent when Geely’s potential investment became public. A majority of Aston Martin’s shares are held by the Kuwait-based Adeem/Primewagon group. The Strategic European Investment Group holds roughly one-third of Aston’s shares, while Daimler owns 5 percent. Stroll was reportedly seeking a 19.9 percent stake.Until an official announcement is made, anything regarding Stroll and/or Geely is still subject to speculation. But if Aston Martin is truly determined to make a major financial decision about its long-term security by the end of this month, it has less than two weeks to do so.