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Sam Tabar has been handed the responsibility of a Chief Operating Officer at FullCycle Energy Fund. As the company’s COO, Sam Tabar will be accountable for FullCycle’s fund management policy. FullCycle Energy Fund was established in 2013, to own and finance projects that would revolutionize waste management by converting a costly environmental waste into fuels that can be used to provide energy for the communities around which the company operated.
During the appointment as reported by PR Newswire, Sam expressed his excitement to take on the role as the company’s COO. According to him, he looked forward to working in a team of talented senior leaders who together would deliver the company’s task of shifting away from the expensive pollution-associated fuels to environmental friendly and low cost fuels.
Sam has hugely been involved with financial institution, overseeing their budget stratagem for the past 10 years of his career. He was previously head of Capital Policy at Merill Lynch, a subsidiary of Bank of America. In this company, Sam introduced institutional investors including foundations, fund of funds, endowments and family offices to fund managers. He acted as a consultant on all the company’s operations and created both a front and back office teams. Prior to this, Sam was the Co-chairman of Marketing for the leading private fund in Asia, Sparx Group. He was involved in managing all aspects of a global marketing effort of the company.
Apart from his vast financial knowledge, Sam Tabar has operated as a lawyer for Arps, Skadden, Slate & Flom, Meagher as well as Schulte, Zabel & Roth. He Mastered in Law from Columbia Law School and supplemented it with a Bachelors (Arts) Degree from the University of Oxford.
As a capitalist and a private entrepreneur, Sam is an earlier investor of THINX, a company that revolutionized the feminine sanitation by manufacturing undergarment for women. He is a prominent capital strategist and his appointment at FullCycle Energy Fund will serve to further develop his career.