Sam Tabar is a versatile individual who has made a tangible impact on distinct sectors. He has served as a lawyer, investment advisor, financial executive, and philanthropist. Today, he works at FullCycle Energy Fund as the COO. He directs the firm’s fund management plan. He collaborates with skilled professionals at FullCycle Energy Fund to facilitate the attainment of the company’s mission of moving away from costly, harmful fuels to cost effective and earth friendly fuels.
Financial management expertise
Tabar has spent several decades directing budget strategy for many financial institutions. He held the position of Head of Capital Strategy at the renowned Merrill lynch. In this capacity, he introduced fund managers to corporate investors such as foundations, fund of funds, endowments, pensions, and family offices. Tabar was also an employee of the Asia Pacific-based Sparx Group (PMA). He directed all aspects of an international marketing effort. He offered a personal Rolodex of over 2,000 prospective investors and acquired assets worth over 1.2 billion.
Accomplishment in the law sector
In September 2011, Tabar joined the New York-located Skadden LLP as a senior attorney. His role entailed overseeing regulation and compliance issues, employment and private placement, evaluating side letters and investment management agreements, and advising clients on the process of structuring and establishing hedge funds.
Sam Tabar is on a mission of transforming the world into a perfect and safe place. He dedicates a bigger chunk of his resources to charitable organizations such as THINX and Africa Wellness Initiative. He leverages these two non-profits to assist children, underprivileged women, and young adolescent girls. These non-profits specialize in improving health care services and creating job opportunities. THINX offers outstanding sanitary solutions for women in Africa and other developing nations.
Academics and other interests
Sam Tabar earned his BA from Oxford University and joined Columbia University for his law degree. While studying law, he was responsible for editing the Columbia Business Law Review. He is active on social media sites like Vimeo and Twitter.