Sam Tabar is a professional who has mainly specialized in finance and law. He currently serves the FullCycle Energy Fund as the chief operating officer, a position that he has held since December 2015. His role at the company is to supervise the fund management policy. Mr. Tabar has been determined to helping FullCycle to achieve its mission, which it to end the use of expensive energy that is harmful to the environment and encourage pocket-friendly fuels that are friendly to the atmosphere.
Sam Tabar was also an employee of the Bank of America’s Merill Lynch and managed the capital strategy of the enterprise. He was in charge of facilitating meetings between fund managers and organizational investors who include funds for funds, pensions, institutions, endowments, and institutions. Sam also served as the co-head of marketing at the Sparx Group and his main responsibility was to supervise the global marketing efforts of the business.
In his career as an attorney, Mr. Sam Tabar worked for various law companies. The major firms that he used to work for are the Schulte, Roth & Zabel and the Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom. He acquired his skills from the Oxford University where he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in art, and he also graduated from the Columbia Law School with a master’s degree in law. Sam Tabar also capitalizes in ventures. He was one of the pioneers to invest in Tribute and SheThinx. SheThinx is a company that is committed to bettering the lives of women through catering for their hygiene.
FullCycle Energy Fund is an organization that was formed with a primary aim of supporting and owning different programs that deal with the formation of green energy from waste, and therefore, eliminating environmental hazards. The company believes in using cheap fuels that do not affect the environment and reducing expensive fuel that pollutes the atmosphere. It was founded in 2013, and it has been investing significantly in the retrofit firms that have the resources to create energy from solid waste. Read Sam’s most recent article about the economy, “When Should A Parent Stop Supporting Their Adult Children?”, on the Huffington Post website.