FullCycle Energy Fund has named Sam Tabar as its new chief operating officer. This prestigious position will enable Tabar to oversee the company’s fund management strategy. This appointment was announced in December 2015.
Speaking after his appointment, Sam Tabar said that he was pleased to be honored with such a position in the firm. He stated that under his leadership, FullCycle Energy Fund would achieve its goal of replacing pollutant fossil fuels with environment-friendly fuels besides making them cheaper. Sam added that a good partnership between him and other senior management officials at the firm would also be needed to make the company’s goal a reality.
As the COO, Sam Tabar will use his vast experience to oversee the budget strategy of the firm. This way, the company will use funds in an effective manner. This oversight will be critical to achieving the firm’s goals. This information was originally reported on PRNewswire.
About Sam Tabar
Before joining FullCycle Energy Fund, Sam Tabar worked at the Bank of America as the director of Capital Strategy. In this position, Tabar worked closely with fund managers to ensure that they achieved the set targets. He mainly worked with fund managers that were dealing with institutional investors such as pensions, fund of funds, family offices and foundations.
Tabar started his career as an attorney in New York, after graduating from Columbia Law School with a master’s degree in law. He has worked for established law firms such as Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom and Schulte, Roth & Zabel. Sam Tabar also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Oxford University. During his student life at Columbia, he was the editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal.