Sam Tabar’s Expertise On Legal & Financial Matters
Sam Tabar is a New York City-based attorney and capital strategist and has been very successful both in the legal and finance industry. He attended the Oxford University where he got his honors and joined Columbia Law School while there he was the Associate Editor of Columbia Business Law Review. Soon after he graduated from Columbia in 2001, he started his career as an associate at the highly prestigious law firm Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP.
In 2004,Tabar left Skadden and joined PMA Investment Advisors in Hong Kong. Before long, Sam Tabar earned the position of Managing Director and Head of Business Development. He specialized in all sectors of global marketing and investor relations for a hedge fund worth $2 billion.
In 2011, CrunchBase shows that Sam Tabar was hired as Director and Head of Capital Strategy for Bank of Merrill Lynch. He helped counsel the hedge fund clients and also introduced institutional investors to the company. Before leaving the company in 2012, Sam put together a prestigious list of more than 1,250 institutional investors.
After almost eight years in the financial industry, Tabar joined the legal world again in September 2013. He was appointed a Senior Associate in Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. He later left the firm in March 2014, his responsibilities were almost identical to Skadden. Sam Tabar was recently announced the Chief Operating Officer of Full Cycle Energy Fund. His responsibility revolved around the company’s fund management strategy.
In January 2015, Sam Tabar added a startup company called THINX to his portfolio of investments. THINX aims to help women and girls in Africa from poor backgrounds and remote regions who can not access sanitary pads during their menses with reusable pads. Through every sale of the start-up, it donates a percentage of its profit to fund the donation. Sam Tabar says that raising money through the sale of its fashionable and trendy underwear to women in America, they will be able to help change the lives of the poor young girls in Africa.
Sam Tabar’s investment in Verboten is concerned with events hosting and management. He says that he decided to invest in this startup to follow his passion in event hosting. He also offers legal consult through Thumbtack.