Sam Tabar based in New York City is a capital strategist and a prominent attorney. Immediately after graduating from Oxford University and from Columbia Law School he joined law fields and started practicing.
Sam has served in various companies in his career life. In 2001 he joined Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meager and Flom LLC law firm where he served as an associate. In 2004 he left the law firm and joined SPARX Group/PMA Investment Advisors in Tokyo and London where he sat as the Managing Director and co-head of Business Development. Sam kept thriving, and six years down the line he was appointed as the Head of Capital Strategy and Director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch based in New York and Hong Kong. Sam reentered his legal profession again in 2013 by joining Schulte Roth & Zabel specializing in hedge funds, funds formation and structure as well as regulatory and compliance issues.
In 2015 Sam Tabar joined Fullcycle Energy Fund where he was appointed as the Chief Operating Officer. He is also responsible for the company’s fund management strategy. He has an incredible amount of experience since he has spent much of his career overseeing business strategies in various financial institutions. The company was founded in 2013, and its objectives are to finance and own projects by converting waste into clean valuable fuel.
Sam added THINX into his investment portfolio in early 2015. THINX is a startup company that manufactures women undergarment. The company also participates in charitable endeavors by providing humanitarian relief to thousands of women in Africa and other developing countries. Sam, therefore, provides capital and also his expertise and serves as the hedge fund manager, leader, and a lawyer as well as philanthropist in the company.
THINX manufacturing company and Fullcycle Energy Fund are two of the latest set-ups by Tabar. These organizations aim to improve the quality of life in various societies and communities around the world. Currently, Sam keeps his trade in hedge funds as a capital strategist in both organizations.