Sam Tabar is a prominent capital strategist and attorney from New York City. The several companies he has been associated with have prospered tremendously from his hard work. The developments he has made have significantly impacted the financial and legal sector.
Sam attained top honors from Oxford University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He then continued to Columbia Law School. Here he was the associate editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.
Throughout his career, he has been successfully changing and improving the systems of the firms he has worked for. Sam Tabar started off his career as an associate at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, and Flom LLC. After this, he moved on to the world of business development and capital strategy.
Art Station believes that Sam Tabar also worked for PMA Investment Advisors, a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based, Sparx Group Co. Here, he took on the duties of managing director and co-head of business development.
He designed and implemented a comprehensive marketing strategy that targeted large family-owned organizations, institutional investors, and clients of high net worth globally. He managed to provide the firm with up to 2000 qualified potential investors.
According to Angel.co, Sam Tabar then proceeded to work at the Bank of America, Merrill Lynch as the director and head of capital strategy in the Asia-Pacific region. He was charged with the responsibility of providing advice to hedge fund clients, marketing in the area, and managing the family corporations and endowments.
He also assisted the management with the investment strategies and the allocation cycle of the fund managers. Sam was integral in facilitating introductions between institutional investors and the fund managers.
His return to legal practice was characterized by employment at Schulte Roth and Zabel, LLP. Here, he operated as a senior associate dealing with capital formation and structure, hedge funds, regulatory, and compliance requirements.
As director of Adanac LCC, BVI, Sam started investing in American startups such as Thinx and Verboten.
Thinx is a firm that aims to empower women socially by revolutionizing the feminine hygiene industry. The company specializes in fashionable underwear to support women’s incontinence and menstruation. Each garment purchased will contribute to the provision of reusable sanitary towels to women in Africa through AFRIpads initiative.
Sam Tabar’s decision to invest in Verboten is due to his keen interest in event hosting and a wealth of experience in successful management.
He currently serves as the chief operations officer of FullCycle Energy Fund and the Chief Financial Officer of Awearable Apparel.