Sam Tabar, the General Partner and Chief Operating Officer of Full Cycle Fund LLC, is known for an adventurous life in investments with a focus on nature. He worked with various industries and firms with deeper industrial knowledge in various sectors. Sam is also a reputed attorney based in New York City, and he equally spends time in his legal career and fund management industry.
He has greater regards to nature, and Full Cycle Fund particularly investing on projects that address municipal solid waste, low carbon energy, global climate change, etc. The firm visions cost-effective and clean energy that can benefit the Earth.
Sam has more than 15 years of experience both as an attorney and as an investor. He started his career with Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meager & Flom LLP as an Associate in 2001.
After three years Sam Tabar joined SPARX Group as its Managing Director and took care of its business operations in the major financial centers such as Hong Kong, London, Tokyo, and New York. During the period, he worked on a $2 billion hedge fund and managed all its facets from investor relations to global marketing. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://www.facebook.com/samtabar11
Sam was also instrumental in designing customized marketing plans that could help the firm to capitalize the institutional investors. Additionally, Sam helped the firm to raise $1.2 billion for the firm as assets and helped it to index the list of potential qualified investors.
Later, he joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the Head of Capital Strategy. During the period Sam Tabar counseled the hedge fund customers of the firm and offered a number of options including funds of funds, pensions, foundations, endowments, etc., to institutional investors.
He also managed the entire capital allocation between customers and fund managers. Later, Sam joined the legal firm Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, New York, as Senior Associate. He invested in start-up firms like Verboten and Thinx along with real estate.
Sam completed his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oxford and did his Master’s in Law from Columbia Law School. During the period, he was the editor of Business Law Journal at Columbia Law School.