Sam Tabar is known to be an influential and very determined man. His contribution in the financial sector has been felt by many investment institutions world over. Most his career life he has spent in the fund management industry.
Sam Tabar is a man who does not settle for anything less in his career path. He has been the head of Capital strategy for Merrill Lynch (Bank of America). In his position, Sam was responsible for providing fund managers with targeted introductions to institutional investors such as; endowments, pension, foundations, fund of funds and family offices.
He was also responsible for strengthening of back and front office teams as well as consulting on operations. He has held different position in various financial institutions in America.
Sam was the co-head of Marketing for Sparx Group (PMA), which is the largest self-governing fund in Pacific Asia. In PMA he also managed facets of a global marketing attempt.
According to Bloomberg, Sam Tabar’s financial management experience has seen him work as an Attorney for a choice of financial firms including Rothe & Zabel, Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Schlute as well as Slate & Flom. The companies he represented as their Attorney was where Sam began and shaped his career.
He is considered to one of the earliest private venture capitalists to invest in Tribute and She Thinx a company that has re-invented in the feminine hygiene manufacturing with the duty to give power to women world over.
Recently, Sam was named the Coo Chief operating officer for Fullcycle Energy Fund. Tabar will be in charge of the company’s financial management strategy. Sam mentioned that he was very excited to take the full responsibility of his position at the organization.
He also mentioned that he was looking forward to working hand in hand with other leaders in the team in efforts to deliver their mission of lowering the high costs, bringing down polluting fuel costs as well as providing environmental friendly fuels.
Fullcycle Energy is an organization that was founded in 2003 with the aim to finance and own projects that will improve people’s relationship with waste by generating a high charging environmental issue into clean, priceless fuel that can be of benefit to the world.
Sam Tabar is a law Masters Holder from Columbia School of Law, and he graduated with an Honor of Bachelors of Art from the Oxford University. He was also an editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal, and he is currently a member of the New York State Bar.