Sam works as a chief operating officer of FullCycle Energy, a company that focuses on conserving the environment by burning solid waste with electricity instead of fuel. Sam Tabar has additional duties at Awearable Apparel where he serves as the chief financial officer.
Awearable Apparel specializes in the manufacture of children’s clothing with built-in safety devices that alert parents or caregivers whenever a child wanders off. In his new role, Sam will be in charge of business operation and capital fund raising strategy since Awearable Apparel is a start-up company. Awearable Apparel looks forward to benefit from Sam’s unique skills and expertise, particularly for high net-worth investors.
According to Crunchbase, Sam Tabar is a prominent attorney and capital strategist based in New York City. Initially, he worked as an associate for Skadden, Slater, Arps, and Meagher & Flom LLC. He focused on counselling clients on hedge fund formation and structure.
Later, he served as a managing director and co-Head of Business Development at SPARX Group Co/PMA Investment Advisors before joining the Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Here, he worked as the director and chief of capital strategy in charge of the Asia-Pacific Region. He then decided to return to the legal field.
Sam Tabar joined Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP, a renowned law firm, where he served as a senior associate. He was mandated with the duty of providing clients with advice on hedge funds as well as regulatory and compliance issues.
Sam is an alumnus of the prestigious Oxford University and the esteemed Columbia Law School where he secured an opportunity to serve as an Associate Editor for the Columbia Business Law Review. His tenure at PMA Investment Advisers saw him manage the entire process of global marketing and investor relations for a hedge fund worth $2 billion.
He also conceived and executed a marketing strategy that targeted institutional investors, ultra high net-worth individuals, and large family offices globally. While serving at Merrill Lynch, Sam counseled the firm’s hedge fund clients, targeted introductions and institutional investors, including pensions, foundations, funds of funds and large family offices.
He was responsible for a Rolodex of over 1,250 institutional investors at the firm. In September 2012, he joined Adanac LLC as the director. Sam Tabar has invested in various properties and start-ups, including Thinx and Verboten.