PR Newswire reports that Sam Tabar has been named COO of FullCycle Energy Fund where he will be in charge of the company’s entire fund management strategy. Tabar has a definite passion for managing company budgets and has done so for several companies throughout his years-long career. He was previously the head of Capital Strategy for Merrill Lynch where helped introduce fund managers to various kinds of institutional investors. He has also been co-head of marketing for Sparx Group where he managed all of its global marketing efforts.
There were several years of his adult life before he entered any financial management. He first earned his B.A. from Oxford University and Masters of Law at Columbia Law School. While at Columbia, he was the editor of its Columbia Business Law Journal. He then became an attorney at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom and at Schulte, Roth & Zabel. In these positions he counseled clients concerning hedge funds. He remains a member of the New York state bar. Tabar entered the financial management arena after he came on board with Sparx Group in 2004.
Not long afterward he joined the management team of Bank of America Merrill Lynch as its Director and Head of Capital Strategy in Asia. In 2013, he became attorney once again at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. He remained with them until August 2014. As mentioned, he is now with FullCycle Energy Fund, which is also indicated by Sam’s About.me. FullCycle was founded in 2013 as a means to finance projects that convert waste to useable fuel for impoverished communities worldwide. They also seek to create and invest in electric generation plants to make them pollution-free sources of energy. Tabar was interested in using his talents for a worthy international cause so he soon joined their ranks. Read more about Mr. Tabar on his CrunchBase profile.