Sam Tabar, financial mogul and technological leader

Sam Tabar is an expert icapital strategist. Tabar launched his career as an associae at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher and Flom LLP. Tabar graduated from Columbia Law School, where he was an editor of the Columbia Business Law Review. Tabar worked with clients, discussing hedge fund formation and structure, investment management agreements, private placement memoranda, side letters, and employment issues.

Sam Tabar entered the high finance field at PMA Investment Advisors, a company based in Hong Kong. Tabar originated as counsel but was later promoted to managing director. Tabar managed a global marketing campaign for a $2 billion hedge fund. Tabar has also offered the company information on 2000 possible investors.

In 2011, Tabar joined Bank of America as Director of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific region. This role allowed him to give counsel to the company’s hedge fund clients. While at Bank of America, he also managed the entire capital allocations.

Tabar left the financial world in 2013 and entered the legal world, joining Schulte Roth and Zabel LLP. He provided advice on fund structure, investment management agreements, private placement memoranda, side letters, employment issues, and regulatory and compliance issues. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://www.artstation.com/artist/custombuilding4

More recently, Tabar became the Chief Operating Officer of FullCycle Energy Fund. His new responsibility will be the company’s fund management strategy. FullCycle was built to finance their own projects that revolutionize how the world deals with waste.

They found a way to convert waste into clean, valuable fuel that can power communities across the world.

According to Angel.co, Sam Tabar has been a strong venture capitalist and is one of the earliest investors in Tribute and SheThinx, a company that revolutionized the feminine hygiene industry.

Sam Tabar has been featured on numerous media outlets including CNBC, PRNewswire.com and the Huffington Post. Tabar is currently a contributor to the Huffington Post, where he provides commentary on finances and economic issues.