Sam Tabar: A History of Excellence
Sam Tabar is the Chief Operating Officer for FullCycle Energy Fund and is responsible for the company’s fund management strategy. On his Twitter account, he posts loads of useful information about the business world and on his Facebook page he posts on some of the lighter happenings in his company.
He has spent a lot of his career for financial institutions where he has overseen their different budget strategies and now looks forward to partnering with the senior leadership team at Fullcycle to help the company with its mission to move closer to environmentally friendly fuels and away from polluting fuels that cost an arm and a leg.
Sam Tabar graduated with honors from Oxford University and then went on to Colombia Law School. He became part of the team as an Associate of one of the most prestigious law firms; Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP. after graduating and while there counseled clients on side letters, employment issues, hedge fund formation and structure, investment management agreements, regulatory and compliance issues, and private placement memoranda.
In 2004 he decided to move on and join PMA Investment Advisors, a unit of Sparx Group Co. based in Hong Kong. He eventually became the Managing Director & Co-Head of Business Development there, and managed all areas of investor relations and global marketing for a $2 billion hedge fund. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sam_Tabar_Picture.jpg
By providing the firm with over 2,000 potential qualified investors and over 400 more investor introductions, Sam helped the firm raise $1.2 billion in assets.
He eventually moved on and got hired by Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the Director and Head of Capital Startegy for the Asia-Pacific region. There he assisted and managed the entire capital allocations cycled between investors and fund managers and built a calling card of over 1,250 institutional investors.
He was a very valued part of the team there and was missed when he decided to move on to new ventures.
As a philanthropist, he has invested heavily in THINX, which is a company that helps women in America and Africa by providing them with comfort and confidence during their menstruation cycle.