Monthly Archives: July 2016

Important Investing Tips from Martin Lustgarten

Martin Lustgarten doesn’t just deliver help to men in the investment banking industry. Martin also has helped many women out as well. Martin believes that women can benefit from his tips and education just as much as men can.

“There is a misconception that women can’t take full control over their finances. There is a common misconception that men handle money better than women. I have worked with both. Based on what has been observed, women are ever bit as capable as men are, if not better.”

Lustgarten feels that if more women got a handle on some of these expert tips, then they would be more poised to take the financial world by storm. This goes for both personal and professional investment banking.

1) There is a new initiative in investment banking. It has to do with programs for women. Don’t be put off by these. It’s time for you to take these programs as a beneficial sign. Banks are targeting women because they want to build more of a clientele fan base with women. If more women took these programs and ran with them, they would be helping younger women out too.

2) This is not easy to say, but, sometimes you need to act like a man. The biggest misconception is that this is a male-dominated industry. This logic will continue unless women take more control. This is where you come in. It’s time to act like a man and think like a man, even dress like a man if need be.

You have to be more confident in the way you act and how you sell yourself. This is not just for women who work professionally in the world. It’s also for women looking to open up an account.


These tips are just the beginning, for those of you looking to take some of Martin Lustgarten’s advice. If you would like to know more, please check out his web page. Maybe Martin himself will help you personally become the next tycoon for investment banking. The skies the limits for those women who are looking to succeed in investment banking. There’s only one question Martin has left to ask you.

“What are you waiting for!?”

Malini Saban: Changing the World One s At A Time

Malini Saba is one of the most powerful women in business today. Originally from Perth, Saba has run her own business for over 25 years. She is one of the world’s top philanthropists and investors.

Saba’s success began when she left Perth for San Francisco, California in the 1990s. Saba is the Chairman of the board of Saban Capital Group. This company has investment interest or deals with technology companies in the US, real estate companies in Australia and India and oil and gas companies in China. Saba also is the founder of Stree: Global Investments in Women. This is a non-profit organization that works together with at-risk women and children to change the way they live and even see themselves as they work towards a better tomorrow. Saba’s good graces don’t stop there. She started the world’s first Heart Research Center for South Asians in California in 2015. She’s given millions to tsunami victims overseas. Saba has always been her own boss and worked to strengthen that title in everything she does.

Saba tells IdeaMensch she not only runs a successful company, but manages to balance work and home life together. On a typical day she begins work at 5 AM making conference calls internationally then gets her daughter to school by 7 AM. She does not believe in a nanny so Saba plans meetings and officer matters around her daughter’s schedule.

Saba likes to think out of the box. She looks at market trends and flips them in her mind. She thinks about the future instead of right now. When she saw an opening in India in the early 2000s she noticed others were hesitant. Saba took the risk and has seen outstanding returns. She says part of her success is because she takes risks. Saba believes doing research on the countries and businesses she invests in leads to success in these risks. Saba knows being a successful entrepreneur as a woman in different countries means different things. She works harder during these times when others discredit her. She explains failure is not a bad thing, but something she learns from and moves forward. She makes sure to add there is nothing she would change in her professional journey.