"We're happy with the process and how it is going so far," she said when asked by Autosport. "We have received a number of very interesting potential investors, and we're talking to those at the moment. They are high quality, which we're delighted about.
"And we continue to go through that process at the moment. As we said at the start of it we anticipated that it will last anywhere from three to four months, and we're still on that timeline at the moment."
Williams also confirmed that an outright sale still hasn't been ruled out yet: "The parameters haven't changed. As everybody knows, Williams is a listed company, we have to operate as per the takeover code and panel, and the guidelines that the dictate, that's why the strategic review process is as it is.
"We're looking either for investment into the team, the divestment of a minority or a majority shareholding, or a full sale.
"We're still thinking along any of those lines. The options are available to us, and it will be the board's decision as to the best option that is put on the table."
Williams has endured a tough couple of seasons in F1, finishing bottom of the constructors' world championship in 2018 and 2019.
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