Hajibeili in 2012
|Born||Valeria Hajibeili Maisuradze|
23 August 1968
|Alma mater||Oni University|
|Occupation||Chief Investment Officer|
|Known for||CIO, BLEC|
|Net worth||BR₭30 million (September 2020)|
(m. 2005; div. 2015)
Hajibeili was born to a non-religious family in Klow in 1968. Hajibeili is of Katpatukan descent through her mother and of Karto–Rionian descent through her father. In 1986, Hajibeili graduated from the NAME Secondary School. She then went on to earn a B.A. from Oni University with a degree in economics in 1990. In 1993, Hajibeili earned an M.B.A. from Kaspi University.
In 2004, Hajibeili was hired by former university classmate Giorgi Latso and his wife Marianna Bajusz to manage their private holding company BLEC, with assets under management of ₭10 million. In 2007, BLEC invested ₭11.6 million in the Pirveli Divizionis football club Khoni Mamali S.K. at the request of Latso which was BLEC's largest investment to date. BLEC's main source of capital came from Bajusz's income which came under high scrutiny from Varkan authorities due to Latso's government positions. To avoid conflicts of interest, Hajibeili was forbidden to invest in Aetolian companies while Latso was the Varkan Ambassador to Aetolia. This ban was lifted in 2007 and replaced by a defense company investment ban as Latso became SSD Chief. Hajibeili has detailed all the self-imposed restrictions on BLEC's investments following Latso's election as President of Varkana. As of 2012, BLEC could not invest in companies under current or future government contract with the Fourth Republic of Varkana, in companies related to Latso's or Bajusz's families including SDI Gruppe, or in companies involved with water or energy as it would be contrary to Armazist ethics.
Hajibeili invests in global equities, with a focus on the technology and entertainment sectors, as well as alternative assets such as film production. U/C