The chief financial officer of manufacturer of luxury sports cars and grand tourers Aston Martin, Kenneth Gregor will be resigning from his position. Gregor who is also an executive director at the company, says that he will be stepping down not later than June 30 2022.
The company made this announcement on December 2 citing that Gregor will be leaving automotive manufacturer due to personal reasons. His departure comes barely 18 month after assuming the position as the CFO.
The company says that it has already started the process to find the suitable person to replace Gregor. Billionaire and executive chairman at the company Lawrence Stroll defines Gregor as a person who gave his best in rebuilding the company’s financial position.
“Over the last 18 months, Ken has played a significant role in rebuilding Aston Martin Lagonda’s financial position and setting the business on a strong pathway for the future,” said Stroll.