Sam Tabar’s expertise lies in the fund management sector, as About.me makes clear. Tabar graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelor of Arts honors. He also attended Columbia Law School and graduated with a Master’s Degree in law. As he studied at Columbia Law School, he worked as an editor for the school’s Columbia Business Law Journal. Tabar is currently registered to the New York State Bar. He has served as an employee of companies such as Roth & Zabel, Skadden, and Meagher. He has also held top executive positions in various fund management companies. For instance, he led the capital strategy department at Merrill Lynch Bank of America. He acted as a marketing co-head for an Asia Pacific Sparx Group (PMA).
FullCycle Fund Names Sam Tabar as COO
In 2015, Tabar was appointed as the chief operating officer for FullCycle Energy in a move to produce more cost efficient and earth friendly fuels. Sam Tabar was excited to join Full Cycle’s leadership team. His legal and fund management expertise will help the company invest in more alternative sources of energy. As the chief operating officer, he oversees Full Cycle’s fund management scheme by developing and handling fund strategies for the company. After accepting his appointment, Tabar mentioned how delighted he was on Facebook, and how he is willing to work with other top officials of the company.
FullCycle is an energy fund that was established in 2013. It largely focuses on projects that convert waste materials from the environment into cheap and clean fuels. The company was established to reduce the effects of recyclable wastes on the environment. Over the years, FullCycle has empowered local communities by funding waste management projects. The company’s mission is to fund traditional and new power generation plants. In order to achieve this mission, the company vets power generation projects that meet certain technical, operating, and financial criteria. FullCycle has a patent for innovation that transforms recyclable waste to energy known as OLGA.