Sam has undertaken two new challenges. He was recently named the COO of FullCycle Fund. But Mr. Tabar has also been announced as the CFO of Awearable Apparel. You can read the full announcement from PR Newswire, or read about his role at FullCycle on his team member page.
Sam Tabar is a well-known New York-based investment manager. He graduated from the Oxford University with Honors in Bachelor of Arts the later he joined the Columbia Law School. At Columbia Law School, Sam Tabar served as an Associate Editor of the Columbia Business Law Review. Sam Tabar is not only fluent in both English and French but also, he can converse in Japanese.
About.me showcases that after his graduation from Columbia Law School, Sam Tabar joined the prestigious law company Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP as an Associate. At the firm, Tabar specialized in counseling clients on hedge fund formation and structure, investment management agreements, and private placement memoranda. Additionally, he offered services in side-letters, regulatory and compliance issues, as well as employment matters. Tabar was of service to the firm until 2004 as he decided to leave his blossoming legal career to explore in the financial world at PMA Investment Advisors; a branch of the Hong Kong-based Sparx Group Co.
Sam Tabar joined the Sparx Group as counsel. Due to his hard work, Tabar gradually rose to become the Managing Director & Co-Head of Business Development. At the firm, he had a broad range of responsibilities as he managed all aspects of global marketing and investor relations for a $2 billion hedge fund. Additionally, he was responsible for designing and execution of strategic marketing plan for the company as they targeted institutional investors and large family offices worldwide. During his stay at the firm, Tabar worked hand in hand with the Founding Partners and the CEO hence helping the company raise over $1.2 billion in assets.
In 2011, Tabar left the Sparx Group for the Bank of America Lynch working as the Director and Head of Capital for the Asia. He came handy with a number skill as he provided them with counsel as well as introduced them to institutional investors including endowments and pensions.
Tabar left the Bank of America Lynch to return to his law career joining the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP in 2013. At the law firm, he was a Senior Associate in charge of hedge funds providing counsel to clients who are trying to form new hedge funds. As an Angel investor, he’s become very interested in that sort of thing.
Additionally, Tabar had investments in properties and American start-ups such as the Thinx. Thinx is a startup company that helps women in America and Africa as it focuses in designer underwear to support women’s menstruation and incontinence. He’s also a supporter of African children, with charitable initiatives on Go Fund Me.