People who have moved to the United States from different parts of the world have various stories on how their relocation assisted them in being successful. One of the most successful immigrants is Malini Saba who is known for her success in business. Her hometown is Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and she came from an average income family. Malini moved to Australia where she stayed for a short while and at the age of 19, she emigrated to the United States. She only had $200 to support her daily needs and was in the company of her husband who was going to study at the Standford University. The couple rented an apartment a few miles from the school. Saba could not attend the same institution with her husband, and therefore, she got another school where she studied business and majored in investment and finance.
She later started looking for professionals who have been in the sector for a while to assist her in gaining special expertise that she could add to what she had learned from college. Malini Saba used to crash parties that had investment bankers to ask them for guidance on different aspects of the sector. She acquired sufficient information that she used to kick off her ventures in business, and she used her savings as capital for the businesses.
A couple of years later, Malini Saba’s investments have grown into big businesses despite using a unique approach when starting them. Her hard work and effort in acquiring sufficient knowledge in finance have assisted her to found her investment firm, Saban. The company currently operates in various regions of the world, and it has invested in a wide array of assets. The major businesses of the enterprise are real estates that are mainly based in India and Australia, technology investments in the United States, and gas and oil in China. Saba chairs her company, Saban, and she has ensured that all her enterprises are successful. Besides her firm’s investments, she has personally capitalized in various companies, and they include PayPal, Netscreen Technologies, and Sycamore Networks.
Malini Saba is also well recognized for participating in various philanthropic undertakings. She is the proprietor of the Stree: Global Investments in Women, which is a non-profit institution that started in 2001. The organization has been empowering women who are financially unstable to create better lives for themselves. She is a benefactor to various programs such as the construction of a hospital where she donated $1 million and also gave a $10 million pledge to people who are affected by tsunamis in India and Sri.