Sam Tabar is an attorney and capital strategist in New York. At the end of 2015, Mr. Tabar was named the chief operating officer for Full Cycle Energy Fund. After his graduation at Oxford University, he went to Columbia Law School to become an associate editor.
In 2004, Mr. Tabar left Skadden and joined with the Sparx Group at PMA Investments Advisors as a council, where he mainly worked on managing facets of global marketing and investor relations. Under his management, the firm raised $ 1.2 billion in assets, as well as 400 additional investors.
In 2011, Mr. Tabar joined Bank of America, on the position of a Director and head of capital strategy for the Asia – Pacific region, In that period, Tabar built a rolodex of over 1,250 institutional investors.
In 2012, Tabar left the bank and joined Adanac LLC, BVI, as a director. Where he later on invested in American start- ups and properties.
Later on in 2013, Mr. Tabar slowly started to turn to other positions by joining Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP as a senior associate catering to hedge funds. Where he has worked on investment, regulatory and compliance issues, as well as management agreements and fund formation and structure until 2014.
The company FullCycle Energy Fund was founded in 2013, whose mission is to invest in traditional electric generation plants, and to change polluted fuels to environmentally friendly fuels. Simply said, environmental problems are over the scales with polluted fuels and turning them to clear fuel makes them more environmentally friendly for the earth and other living beings.
In one of his mentions on Twitter, Mr. Tabar explained how honored he is to work for such a Fund, and hopes that he will soon be asked to join with senior leadership.