Sam Tabar, Chief Operating Officer for Full Cycle Energy Fund as PRNewswire indicates, has spent quite a bit of his career in the fund management industry overseeing budget strategies for financial institutions. In this capacity, he has provided fund managers with targeted introductions to institutional investors such as endowments, foundations, pensions, fund of funds and family offices.
After receiving his MA and BA at Oxford University, and following his graduation from Columbia Law School, Sam Tabar began his career as an Associate at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP. While with that firm he counseled clients on regulatory and compliance issues, hedge fund formation and structure, employment issues, side letters, investment management agreements, and private placement memoranda.
As per About.me, Sam Tabar has also spent several years in Asian regions of the world where he perfected his business strategies. While there, he worked as a hedge fund manager for groups including: PMA Investment Advisors in Hong Kong, Merrill Lynch in the Asian Pacific region, and the largest independent fund in Asia Pacific, the SPARX Group. In this capacity he worked and managed all facets of a global marketing effort.
In more recent years, in order to help females in Asian and African countries, Sam Tabar invested in THINX; a company whom among other things was providing charitable donations to the country of Africa, particularly African women.
Working with THINX inspired Tabar to help raise money to assist children in the remote parts of Southern Africa that suffer from the disease HIV/AIDS. It also inspired his creation of a GoFundMe campaign for charitable purposes. To this day, he continues to take part in charity driven work.
Tabar’s fluency in French, and Japanese and, of course, his native language, English, has allowed him to do business with different world regions. Currently, he puts all of his varied skills to use by assisting Full Cycle Energy Fund in their mission to revolutionize our relationship with waste by converting a costly environmental problem into clean, valuable fuel that can be used to power communities around the world. Contact Sam through Thumbtack, or check out some of his investment tips on PR Newswire.