Sam Tabar Joins the FullCycle Energy Fund to Serve as Chief Operating Officer

Sam Tabar is a highly skilled professional in the legal and finance sector. He acceded to the FullCycle Energy Fund in 2015, and he has been serving as its Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Tabar is responsible for providing oversight of the fund management policy of the company. He is devoted to full filling the mission of the business, which is to end the use of fuels that harm the environment and to advocate for the use of clean fuels that are also cheaper.

In his finance career, Sam Tabar has worked for various companies such as the Merrill Lynch of the Bank of America and he headed its capital strategy. His major role at the firm was to facilitate meetings between fund administrator and organizational investors who were mainly endowments, pensions, funds of funds, foundations and family offices. Another company that Mr. Tabar worked for is the Sparx Group (PMA). He served as the co-head of marketing, and his primary responsibility was to manage the aspects of its global marketing effort.

Sam has also worked as an attorney in law firms such as the prestigious Schulte, Roth & Zabel as well as the Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom. He is a holder of a bachelor’s degree in arts from the Oxford University, and he also studied at the Columbia Law School, where he was awarded master’s degree in law. Mr. Sam Tabar was an editor of the Columbia Business Journal when he was in law school. He has also been investing in various new ventures such as the SheThinx and Tribute. SheThix is an organization that primarily take care of the needs of women from impoverished areas by catering for their hygiene.

The FullCycle Energy Fund was started in 2013, and the primary aim of the organization is to support and run various programs that are dedicated to changing how people associate with waste. It assists developments that generate clean energy from environmental waste. Green fuel is precious, and it can be consumed in any part of the world. FullCycle Energy Fund has been investing in established retrofit plants that create clean energy that is also relatively cheap.