Sam Tabar is the current Chief Operating Office of the FullCycle Energy Fund, in an announcement by PR Newswire. He has been serving the company since December 2015, and his primary responsibility at the firm is to oversee fund administration plans. From the time that he was appointed, Mr. Tabar has been focused on assisting the company to achieve its mission, which is to stop the use of expensive fuels that pollute the environment and advocate for cheap ecological friendly fuels. He has spent most of his career in the financial industry where he has been evaluating budget policies. Sam formerly worked for the Merrill Lynch of the Bank of America, where he was in charge of the firm’s capital strategy. The obligations of Mr. Sam Tabar at the company include helping fund administrators in meeting with organization investors such as institutions, funds of funds, pensions, family offices, and endowments. He was also an employee of the Sparx Group (PMA), where he served as a co-head of marketing, and he managed all international marketing efforts of the firm.
Beside his work as a financial administrator, Mr. Sam Tabar also served as an attorney in different law firms. These companies include Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom, and the prestigious Schulte, Roth & Zabel. He attended the Oxford University where he graduated with a degree in arts, and he holds a master’s degree in law from the Columbia Law School. He served the Columbia Business Law Journal as an editor while he was in college. Sam Tabar also invests in various ventures, and he was among the first individuals to capitalize in the Tribute and SheThinx, which is a woman empowering company that is focused on their hygiene.
FullCycle Energy Fund is a committed to funding and maintaining various developments that build a good relationship between people and waste by transforming the environmental problem into a clean fuel that is sold at a pocket-friendly price. The institution is dedicated to capitalizing in conventional retrofit companies that can generate power from municipal solid waste. See Sam’s page on the FullCycle Fund website here, or follow him for yourself on Facebook.