About Malini Saba
Malini Saba is a top philanthropist and investor from South Asian. She is the developer of the United States Saban company that has investments in worldwide technology companies that deal in gas, oil, and real estate. Her investment career started during her tenure as the 1990s Silicon Valley venture capitalist. She would then gain broad investment experience in the several technology companies that she associated with. Some of the companies she served include Netscreen Technologies, Inc. PayPal Inc, and the Sycamore Networks, Inc. Her typical working day starts at five in the morning. At this time, she takes care of the Asian conference calls where her commodity business is situated. She then handles Europe and USA office affairs. Her day is organized around meetings.
Malini’s Charitable Contributions
She is also passionate and gives back to the community through various support programs besides her entrepreneurial skills. She began Global Investments in Women and formed the Stree organization In 2001. The Organization was launched by Jordan’s Queen Noor and the former US President Bill Clinton. Stree offers the methods through which the vulnerable groups access legal empowerment and healthcare. The organization also provides the forums for working class movements to hook up with public policy in Central America, Eastern Europe, Africa, India, and the rest of the world. Malini made multi-million donations to expand the California Mountain View El Camino Hospital and Heart Research Center in June 2001. She visited the victims of the devastating 2004 Tsunami in Sri Lanka and India. She further pledged an extra ten million dollars to the victims.
Malini’s Investments in Asia
The focus of Malini Saba in the Asian real estate business began during the initial parts of the millennium. The business has exploded with the rise of the middle-income earners though she was initially hesitant to invest in the Asian markets. Her risk over the past decade has paid off with outstanding results. She also perceived the potential growth in Asian commodity market and saw the need for products and space investments. She currently operates and owns Iron ore mines with other investments in Agri space. She likes the commodity market for its dynamism and ability to fetch great returns. She also owns thousands of palm oil and rice hectare fields. She takes pride in her profession that requires the separate operator and trader skills.