Sam Tabar was named the new Chief Operating Officer of FullCycle Energy Fund. At his new position, he will be tasked with coming up with excellent fund management strategy that ensures growth and development. The fund was created back in 2013 to help convert costly environment-polluting fuels into clean and valuable fuel that can power communities globally. The mission of the company is to come up with eco-friendly fuels that are derived from municipal solid waste.
Speaking after being announced as the new FullCycle Energy Fund COO, Tabar said that he was deeply honored and excited to assume his new role. He said that he was looking forward to forming strong partnerships with the fund’s senior management team. He added that such partnerships will allow the team to deliver on its mission of migrating from high cost fuels that pollute the environment to low cost alternatives that are environmentally friendly.
Tabar has a wealth of experience and knowledge in coming up with effective budgeting strategies for financial institutions. He hopes that this experience will guide him in his new role at FullCycle Energy Fund. He was once the head capital strategist for Merrill Lynch Bank in America. At the bank, he was instrumental is providing fund managers with excellent introductions to various institutional investors like pension funds, funds of funds, endowments, foundations and family offices.
Before joining Merrill Lynch, Sam Tabar worked at Sparx Group (PMA) as the co-Head of marketing. Sparx Group is Asia Pacific’s largest independent fund. At the fund, he managed its global marketing effort.
As the icing on the cake, this highly effective financial strategist is also a lawyer. Before joining the financial world, Tabar worked as a lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom. He also worked at another law firm called Schulte, Roth & Zabel. He got his Masters of Law after graduating from the Columbia Law School. He also holds an Oxford University degree in Arts (with honors). While at Columbia Law School, he edited its Business Law Journal. Today, he is a New York State Bar member as well as an investor at Tribute and SheThinx, two companies that are currently doing quite well. Be sure to see Sam’s full list of accomplishments on About.me.