The FullCycle Energy Fund appointed Sam Tabar to serve as its chief operating officer in 2015. In his position, Sam has been heading the fund management strategies of the company. He has dedicated himself to delivering the mission of the organization, which is to mitigate the consumptions of high cost and environment polluting fuels and promoting the use of eco-friendly energy sources. FullCycle was established in 2013, and it has been acquiring and financing developments that have the resources to convert local waste materials into highly valuable fuel that can be consumed in any region of the world. The company has been funding the establishment of power generation plants that have achieved the status of changing the conventional power to MSW based syngas.
Mr. Tabar worked as a budget analyst for various financial institution before being employed by the FullCycle Energy Fund. He was the capital policy chief of the Bank of America Merrill Lynch. His role at the firm was to link institutional investors such as endowments, foundations, family offices, funds of funds, and pensions with administrators of funds. The company recognizes him for his Rolodex whereby he helped it in attracting over 200 potential investors.
Sam Tabar also had a career in law. He worked as an attorney of the Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate, and Flom, which is known as one of the world prestigious law companies. He was also a senior partner of the Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP. The primary role of Mr. Tabar at the Schulte law firm was to offer guidance clients on regulatory and observance matters, funds generation and organization, business administration arrangements, side letters, and problems facing employees.
Sam Tabar studied arts at the Oxford University, and he graduated with honors. He then joined the Columbia Law School where he got his master’s degree in law. Mr. Tabar served as an associate editor of the Columbia Business Law Review during his days in law school. He has membership in the New York State Bar and is also known as a venture investor. Sam has capitalized in SheThinx, which has been offering sanitary pads to women in the third world.