Sam Tabar is a successful capital strategist. He began his career as soon as he graduated from Columbia Law School. At the beginning of his career, Sam was an associate at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, and Flom. While he worked at Skadden, Sam used to counsel clients on hedge funds. He offers advice on how to manage the money, and how to plan for the repayment. Sam didn’t stay at Skadden for long, in fact, he resigned and joined PMA Investment Advisors in the year 2004. His performance in the company earned him a promotion to become the managing director and also the Co-head of Business Development.
Sam worked at PMA Investment Advisors for almost ten years. Later He joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch. While at Bank of America, Sam worked as the Director as well the Capital Strategist for the Asia-Pacific Region. Later in the year 2013, Sam Tabar went back to the legal field and joined Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. Here, Sam worked as a senior associate where he catered for hedge funds, fund formation, regulatory, structure and compliance issues. Sam didn’t stay at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP for long. In fact, he quitted on August 2014.
Effects of global warming are seen daily, oceans have turned into ‘plastic Soup’ with garages disposed of in oceans making them inhabitable to marine life. More and more aquatic animals are dying daily with plastic remains in their stomachs. The condition of living in the world are getting tougher daily. Temperatures are getting higher every day and seasons have also changed. To reduce all these and to make the world a better place, Full Cycle Energy Fund was established. The fund aims at helping business, which uses utilizes waste products, which are harmful to the environment by funding them.
Following his reputation on making great strategies and experience in the field, Sam Tabar was appointed as the Chief Operating Officer of Full Cycle Energy Fund.
Sam has adequate experience in the field, and he is expected to help in the development of the fund and reach more companies working to make profits as well as reduce the rate of global warming.