Ant Group, the online finance affiliate of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, announced a sweeping overhaul of its company on Monday in reaction to needs from Chinas government, which is moving quickly to suppress the power of the countrys web giants.Beijings campaign has actually taken the corporate empire of Jack Ma, Alibabas billionaire co-founder and Ants managing shareholder, as an early significant target. On Saturday, Chinas antitrust authority fined Alibaba $2.8 billion for abusing its supremacy in digital retail– a record quantity for offenses of the nations antimonopoly law.As part of what both Ant Group and Chinese officials called a “rectification strategy,” the business on Monday said it would apply to set up as a monetary holding company, which would bring closer guidance and requirements that it hold onto more money that it may otherwise lend or put to rewarding use.Ant also said it would change the way it collects and utilizes personal information to improve data security and prevent abuse. A month later, regulators bought Ant to correct what they called a litany of failings in its business, which includes a range of monetary services, from payments to credit, that are used through its Alipay app.Alipays user base of more than 700 million people in China offers Ant huge sway within the nations monetary system.China initially said last September that companies owning two or more financial companies would have to register as financial holding business and be subject to increased government oversight.