Recently, Sam Tabar was named the Chief Executive Officer for FullCycle Energy Fund and will be responsible for the company’s fund management strategy. As reported in an article in PR Newswire, Sam Tabar plans on partnering with the senior leadership team in the company to deliver on the company’s mission of introducing lower cost and environmentally friendly fuels. Tabar has been tasked with the responsibility of overseeing budget strategies in various financial institutions.
As the head of Capital Strategy For Merrill Lynch, he was able to provide fund managers with introductions to institutional investors which included endowments, pensions, foundations, family offices, and fund of funds. Before joining Merrill Lynch, he worked as Co-Head for Marketing for Sparx Group, a company that is regarded as the largest independent fund in Asia Pacific.
Apart from his financial management experience, Tabar also worked as an attorney for various organizations which included Skadden and Arps. He is a graduate of Law from Columbia Law School and has a Bachelor of Arts from Oxford University. He is a member of the New York State Bar as well as a former editor of the Columbia Business Law.
After graduating from college, Sam Tabar began his career as an associate for various companies with a special emphasis on hedge fund formation and structure, private placement memoranda, investment management agreements, compliance issues among others.
In 2013 he joined Schulte Roth & Zabel as a senior associate, a company that he left in 2014. His new appointment at The Full Cycle Energy Fund will give the company impetus to finance and manage projects that improve on waste management which converts it to clean and valuable fuel that is used to provide power to communities globally. The company’s main objective is to invest in new retrofit electrical generation plants by replacing expensive and polluting fuels with cheap and environmentally friendly ones that are obtained from Municipal Solid Waste.