Grand Union Group, the London-based pub group, is seeking to add a finance director and operations directors to its business as part of a corporate restructuring. The company, which is headed by managing director Adam Marshall, is hoping to secure “high calibre senior executives” for those positions over next few weeks. The restructuring follows the appointment earlier this year of advisers over a possible sale or investment in the company after several approaches from private equity. It is thought that a number of parties have since shown strong interest in investing in the chain and that a deal is likely in the near future. The group is also gearing up for the next stage of its development by placing two under-performing sites on the market. It is thought that it may have already exited one site taking its estate down to 11. The sale of the sites is seen as a strategic step by the group, with the disposal of the under-performing units set to place it on a stronger footing as it explores further investment opportunities as it looks to reach its goal of operating a 30-strong London estate.