Financial services companies Softbank Investment International (Strategic) and E2-Capital are restructuring their operations. Wong Sin-just, who sits on the boards of both companies, said yesterday that Softbank would focus on financial services and E2-Capital on property development. Softbank and E2-Capital are independent of each other in terms of shareholding. However, they respectively own 51 per cent and 49 per cent of financial services group SBI E2-Capital. 'E2-Capital will be positioned as an asset-based company and Softbank service-based,' Mr Wong said. The restructuring followed Mr Wong's appointment as E2-Capital co-chairman and Softbank chief executive. Mr Wong said E2-Capital's property portfolio contained residential, industrial and commercial buildings in Hong Kong with a combined floor area of about one million square feet. He said the company's assets were valued at HK$1 billion. Meanwhile, Softbank, controlled by Japan's Internet investor Softbank group, would expand in fund management, broking and investment banking, Mr Wong said.