Who Is Malini Saba?
Malini Saba was born to her Sri Lankan parents in their home city of Kuala Lumpur in the country of Malaysia. Her parents later moved to the country of Australia, where Malini spent the entirety of childhood. She decided to leave home and in so doing moved to the U.S. at the young age of 19 with only $200 in her pocket and big dreams to succeed in the Land of the Free. Married to her ex-husband at that point, they shared a rented apartment near the college campus of Stanford University, where they both attended to pursue their passions in the educational world.
Times were tough back then, and living in an apartment near the railroad tracks didn’t make for peaceful nights of sleep, but Malini Saba endured with her husband for over four years before she decided to pursue education in the business world, particularly in investments. This may sound like any regular way that someone gets started in the investment world, but there is something else that Saba did that set her apart from other investors. She would meet with bankers and ask them for advice, her persistence being what so sets her apart from so many others. It has seemed to have paid off in several ways, as her slow investments into real estate and telecommunications has made her quite successful.
Today, Malini Saba is known as one of the top investors in the world that is of South Asian descent. She is also a philanthropist, which means that she looks to benefit others by donating money to organizations and other charitable causes. She has founded the company that she named Saban, a company that focuses on the investments in various technology companies in the U.S. They also have several other different investments in different fields like real estate and oils in the country of China.
She has also founded various charity organizations, such as her organization called, “Stree: Global Investments in Women” that she founded in the year of 2001. This organization helps women that have low income receive healthcare benefits and even legal help in court situations. She even has been able to donate over $1 million to help make a Heart Research Center for the people in South Asia, one of the first of its kind. She has been vastly successful since her move to the U.S from her home country, and will continue to be for many years to come.