Malini Saba was born to a middle-class family in Kuala Lumpur and grew up in Australia. As a graduate of Stanford University, Malini Saba has extensive knowledge in business administration. While on campus, Saba was focused and passionate about investment and philanthropic efforts. Malini Saba desired to invest in various companies; however, since she is not involved in the VP group, Saba established Saban, a company with interest in various investments across the world. Besides being the Chairman of Saban, Malini Saba is an intelligent investor with vast experience in time management and workplace coordination.
Moreover, Malini Saba is a dedicated philanthropist with several initiatives and foundations to support low-income women and the marginalized in the society. Saba’s entrepreneurial journey began in Silicon Valley, a venture capitalist in the 1990s. At Silicon Valley, Malini Saba gained an extensive experience in investment, which is instrumental to his success.
About Malini Saba
Malini Saba wakes up at 5 am, makes conference calls to Asia and by 7 am she takes her daughter to school. Malini Saba does not have a nanny; therefore, she always picks her daughter from school. Later on, she walks back to the office to execute her routine activities. As a way of keeping fit, Saba ensures that meetings take a maximum of 45 minutes to complete.
Malini Saba’s experience in understanding market trends has enabled her to invest wisely. As the commodity market experienced growth in 2005, Malini Saba identified a potential opportunity to invest in commodity markets as it yields high returns. Although Malini Saba encountered stiff opposition from corrupt individuals who were trying to kick her out of business, she would not turn back.
Nevertheless, Malini has never been afraid of taking risks; thus, she invests heavily in the commodity markets. Despite being risky, investing in securities comes with high returns. Throughout her career, Malini Saba has visited several places and donated millions of dollars for tsunami victims in India and Sri Lanka. She leverages her entrepreneurial and philanthropic experience and knowledge to develop initiatives aimed at helping low-income women improve their living standards.
Finally, Malini’s success in business is an inspiration to many investors. She currently serves as the Chairperson of Saban, a global-level company with varied investment interest in oil and gas industries, technology companies and real estates in India and Australia, and rice farming. Malini Saba is an internationally recognized personality for her handwork and passion for philanthropic efforts and investment.