How Malini Saba Built Her Enterprises

Most emigrants who have moved to the United States to look for a better life have a success story. One of these individuals in Malini Saba who’s origin is Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She was born in a middle-income family, and her quest for a better living started when she moved to Australia. She lived there for a short while, and she later accompanied her husband to the U.S where she was going to study. He was admitted to the Standford University, and therefore, they rented a pocket-friendly house that was close to the learning institution. Malini was also interested in attending college to acquire knowledge that would help her to have a prosperous life, but she was not able to join Standford. She went to a different organization where she focused on studying finance and investment.

 

When she was done with college, Malini started seeking more practical knowledge by consulting experts who had ample experience in his field of interest. Her passion drove her even to crash parties that were attended by investment banking professionals, and she acquired more skills from them on the investment sector. After Saba had gained ample expertise about the industry, she started her businesses using the money that she had saved when she was in the United States.

 

After a couple of years, the enterprises that she established have grown into profitable businesses that have made her rich. The knowledge that she got helped her to start an investment company, which is called Saban. The company has acquired shares in various businesses, and they include energy in China, the Indian and Australian real estate sector, and technology-based ventures in the United States. Saba is also a shareholder in companies such as Netscreen Technologies, PayPal, Silicon Valley, and Sycamore Networks. She started investing in the 90s.

 

Malini Saba has also been involved in different charity activities. Most of her contribution are devoted to empowering women across the world. She does this through her foundation, Stree: Global Investments in Women, which was established in 2001 and has been working to improve the lives of women in various parts of the world. The organization ensures that the women develop themselves and become role models of the society. Other donations that she has given include $1 million to fund the construction of a hospital, and she also promised to assist tsunami victims by offering a $10 million contribution.