Sam Tabar is quite an accomplished attorney who now doubles as a capital strategist. In his career, he has developed lucrative investor portfolios for companies he worked with, and simultaneously devised business models that helped companies gain their competitive edge over rival businesses. Sam has the Midas touch on every project he embarks on.
His journey to success began when he graduated with honors from the Oxford University. It earned him a slot at the Columbia Law School, where his exceptionality got him promoted as an associate editor of the Columbia Business Law Review. After university, he immediately landed a job as an associate in one of the most lucrative law firms in the world: Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Sam Tabar put his legal expertise to work, handling many of the Skadden high profile clients. Sam took the role of expert advisor on many issues like formulation of agreements for investment management, forming and structuring of hedge funds, private placement memoranda and advice on employment, compliance and regulatory issues.
When he left the firm in 2004, he had gathered a new perspective for his career, which is doubling as a capital strategist. He got a second job with Sparx Group/PMA Investment Advisors joining the firm as a legal counsel. His experience at Skadden was quickly noticed leading to his promotion to Managing Director and the Co-head of business developments.
Sam Tabar made several accomplishments at Sparx which include formulating a marketing plan that specifically target high net worth clients and institutional investors. Additionally, he successfully handled a $2 billion hedge fund portfolio for global investors who were one of the high profile clients for Sparx. Sam also helped the firm raise over $1.2 billion in asset management and brought in over 2000 potential investors into Sparx as new clients to manage.
Tabar has been featured in online business publications like PR News Wire, which wrote an article on his promotion to COO for FullCycle Energy Fund. Sam’s biggest challenge in this new role was bringing down the cost of operation, and reducing the dependence of pollutant fuels whilst favoring environmental friendly energy options.