Sam Tabar is a financial expert who has managed rolodexes of some of the world’s largest investment banking firms, and it’s now wonder that he was recently added to thee executive boards at FullCycle Energy Fund. His position at this firm includes acting as the financial planning administrator and overseeing new initiatives for clean energy.
FullCycle Energy invests in power companies that use recycling and waste conversion technologies to produce green energy. Tabar has worked well with other executives in the past and so far he seems to be a great fit to work with CEO Ibrahim AlHusseni and General Partner Caitlin Sparks.
Sam Tabar has a great educational background having attended the prestigious Oxford University in the UK and Columbia University where he got his degree in law.
At the outset of his career he practiced corporate law as an associate for the Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom firm in New York City and he guided many high-profile clients in tax and business underwriting issues and was on his way to a successful tenure as an attorney. But he received an even higher paying position just four years into his career as a portfolio manager for Sparx PMA Group in the Hong Kong and Asian region, so he went there in 2004.
As an advisor and manager for PMA, Tabar was in charge of the investment bank’s global marketing department and bringing in institutional investors to its portfolio.
According to Bloomberg, Sam Tabar did his job well and in the 8 years that he worked there PMA saw over $1.2 billion in assets under management come in. In 2011 he was offered yet another position in hedge fund management with Merrill Lynch bank and in the year that he worked with them he guided clients in various retirement and gift investments that included endowments and pension funds.
Tabar decided to leave the corporate world in 2012 and for a while he focused on startup investing including seeding two companies known as SheThinx and Verboten.
In 2013 he briefly reentered corporate law at the firm Schulte & Roth, but he once again left there to pursue more venture capital funding. He is happy to find a new position of leadership now at FullCycle Energy Fund.
Learn more about Sam Tabar: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0845880/