Sam Tabar is the current chief operations officer of the FullCycle Energy Fund, and he has held the position since 2015. He is currently in charge of the fund administration policies of the company, and as the COO, he is focused on assisting the business to achieve its goals. FullCycle Energy Fund’s mission is to ensure that the world uses clean energy that is also cheap and reduces the consumption of fuels that pollute the environment. FullCycle has been operational from 2013, and it has been actively supporting and purchasing programs that deal with the transformation of municipal waste to green fuel that can be utilized by different communities. The firm has also been investing in the building of industries, which have met standards that are required to create MSW based syngas from conventional energy.
Mr. Tabar was an expert in the finance sector before joining the FullCycle Energy Fund, with many Angel.co credits to his name. He served several financial institutions and his role was analyzing budgets. The Bank of America Merrill Lynch employed him as the administrator of its capital strategy, and this was announced in a Bloomberg Business article. He assisted the firm by linking its fund managers with organizational investors such as family companies, pensions, fund of funds, foundations, and endowments. One of his significant achievements in the company was helping it to close more than 2000 deals with potential investors.
Sam Tabar is also a professional attorney. He has served various law companies such as the prestigious Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate, and Flom and the Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP, which hired him as a senior partner. Sam’s primary responsibility at Schulte was to advise the firm’s customers on the creation of capital and organization, licensing and compliance, side letters, enterprise administration arrangements, and challenges that employees face.
About.me tells us that Tabar is a graduate of the Columbia Law School and the Oxford University where he was awarded a master’s degree in law and a bachelor of arts respectively. During the years that he was in law school, he was employed as an associate editor of the Columbia Business Law Review. Sam Tabar has been investing in various emerging ventures, and he was among the first people to capitalize in the SheThinx, which is an institution that empowers women.
Read about Sam’s investment on PRNewswire.