Sam Tabar has built a career on helping his clients, firms, and the world at large with his hard work and enthusiasm. And the most recent instance of his success is his appointment as COO (Chief Operating Officer) over at Full Cycle Energy Company, in December of 2015. He will be in charge of eliminating unnecessary spending related to fuel costs and making the process more eco-friendly. He is overseeing a team that is charged with making better electronics in place of outdated modules that waste energy and money. The company uses naturally occurring events to their advantage, lower the cost of clean water for communities in places all around the world.
When Sam Tabar signed on, he said he was very excited to work with other senior leadership and achieve the objectives within his role. He will ensure that the fund of the company are in good shape. When Full Cycle Fund was started in 2013, they focused on private development and equity in a way that helps humankind.
About Sam Tabar
About.me tells us that Sam Tabar began as a student and then graduate of Columbia Law School. There, he received a first class education before making his way to the Skadden and Slater Law firm. There, he specialized in assisting clients with a variety of services. This included writing memos, structuring hedge funds, forming investment management teams, advising on regulatory and compliance bodies, and even on employment strategies. Soon after, he went on to become the managing director at SPARX in 2004 and eventually the head of business development.
Bank of America hired Sam Tabar to assist with investment in their Asia department. He decided to go into the legal field in 2013 where he was able to focus on hedge fund strategies at Zabel LLP as a senior associate. He briefly became a venture capitalist as well, putting funds into Tribute, which offers female hygiene solutions and empowers women around the globe. His legacy has truly been one of success. It is rare that one man is able to provide guidance to clients and still give back to the community so much.