The Exciting Story of Sam Tabar, a Serial Investor, and Hedge-Fund Manager

As a successful capital strategist, Sam Tabar spent his career on investment management agreements and hedge fund formations. He also consulted on legal issues and operations as he built the front and back office teams. Tabar began his professional career as an associate for Slater, Skadden, and Arps after graduating with masters in law from Columbia Law School. Tabar worked for the Columbia Business Law Journal as an editor. He also studied at the internationally renowned Oxford University and graduated with a bachelor of arts honors. After achieving his masters in law, Tabar passed the New York State Bar requirements.

When he worked for Skadden, Sam Tabar gave clients insights on private placement memoranda, regulatory, compliance, and employment issues. He also offered targeted introductions such as foundations, pensions, and funds of funds to fund managers. Tabar served as the co-head of business development and managing director of Sparx Group/ PMA Investors Advisors. The job mandated him to manage all aspects of the company’s global marketing efforts.

He also served at America Merrill Lynch bank as the capital strategy head and director for the Asia-Pacific region. He handled budget plans for the bank. Tabar focused on his law career in 2013 when Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP employed him as a senior associate. At the firm, he catered to hedge funds, regulatory, as well as compliance issues.

Tabar as the COO of FullCycle Fund

FullCycle Fund appointed Tabar as the chief operating officer in 2015. His role involves handling the fund management strategies for the company. After getting the job, Tabar said that he would work with the company’s professional team in ensuring that the firm produces environmentally friendly and affordable fuels. FullCycle Fund started financing and owning fuel generation projects in 2013. As the COO, Tabar ensures that the company only invests in traditional and new power generation plants that convert municipal solid wastes into energy.

Tabar as a Private Venture Capitalist

Tabar invested in Tribute and SheThinx, which are startup companies operating in the US. SheThinx focuses on feminine hygiene products. The company’s mission is to support women across the globe by enlightening them on their rights and making products that suit their gender needs.