Under the terms of the restructure, the opco will be renamed The Bramwell Pub Company and will benefit from a credit facility of up to £10m from new backer Värde Partners.
The company said it believed that the restructuring and new credit facility created a “solid foundation to execute the sales and investment plans” developed by the new management team led by Roger Moxham.
As part of the restructure, the company will operate 190 pubs with 18 sites to be returned to landlords (seven of which are currently trading).
The move also sees a change of chairmanship with Fowle becoming chairman of the new group, succeeding John Conlan, who steps down after overseeing the financial reorganisation.
The announcement follows an operational reorganisation undertaken earlier this month, which simplified the structure under the new management team led by new chief executive Moxham.
The group said that the financial restructuring placed it onto a “firm financial footing” allowing a planned investment in service, training and refurbishment in line with the new business plan.
It is understood that there will be no impact on the day-to-day operations of the company, and business will trade as usual.
All suppliers and contractors are unaffected and the company will continue to do business with them as previously.
The restructured management team under Moxham will remain in place.
Moxham said: “The blend of debt and equity gives the company an optimal capital structure to support the execution of our business plan. Throughout the restructuring our goal has been to minimise disruption to our staff, customers, partners and suppliers and this has been achieved. We are grateful for their support during this period.
“Looking forward we will be able to invest in our assets enhancing the customer experience and developing the company. The company has continued to perform in line with our expectations and today’s announcement attests to the ongoing confidence of all our investors. We are very excited about the future and confident that the company is in good shape to make significant, sustained progress in line with our business plan.”