The firm is looking at raising close to $1 billion to refinance some of its debts and is willing to sell a portion of its Aston Martin stake on behalf of itself and some of its partners, according to its executive vice-president Amr Abou El-Seoud, who spoke with Reuters.
"We have offers ... we are in talks but the (sale) should be value-added whether financially or technically," he revealed. "It (could) be a maximum 10 to 20% of the company to be taken out of all investors, in other words, Dar's dilution might be in 5 to 10%."
Seoud also mentioned that there is a high chance that a deal will be reached soon, and that further down the track his company maybe even sell shares in Aston Martin to the public.
Like most carmakers, Aston Martin has been hit financially by the global economic crisis and revealed earlier this month that it will be shedding up to a third of its workforce, or about 600 employees. However, Seoud stressed that his firm is not walking away from the carmaker and that there are plans in place to continue developing new models and open new dealerships.