Malini Saba is among the most influential women in the investment world. Apart from her career accomplishments, Malini is also known for her charitable activities. She has a reputation for responding to people’s cry for help and donating big sums of money to charity.
Malini transformed herself into a business personality by holding significant stakes in several American and international companies. Malini founded Saban Capital Group, which handles her investments and pursues her business interests in USA, china, India and Australia. Her main investments are related to oil and gas, real estate, and tech companies.
Despite her success as a business personality, Malini Saba is more popular for her philanthropic works. For instance, in 2001, she started an organization named Stree Global Investment. This involved changing the way women and children from poverty-stricken areas viewed themselves and their roles in society.
The organization sought to create a platform that enabled women to access healthcare, access help on legal matters, and provide an inspiration for grass root movements that were in line with public policies in African, Eastern Europe, India, and Central American countries.
Stree has its headquarters based in Zurich, Switzerland. Since the launching of the company, Malini Saba has emerged as a person committed to making the world better for the poor.
In 2005, Malini made a donation of over $1 million towards starting a heart research facility in South Asia at El Camini hospital. Additionally, when the residents of Sri Ranka were hit by a tsunami, Malini visited the residents and pledged to give $10 million to the victims with an aim of helping them reconstruct their lives and reinstate their society.
Malini began her career in the 90s as a venture capitalist in the Silicon Valley. Her role as a venture capitalist gave her ace to invest in startup companies that were later sold at a fortune making her a very rich woman in the process.
Malini’s strategy saw her invest in more than 20 tech companies. She had stakes at PayPal and made a tremendous amount of money when it was bought by eBay for over $1.5 billion. She had also invested Netscreen Technologies’ shares, a company that was acquired by Jupiter networks for around $4 billion.