Sam Tabar entered the legal and investment industries immediately after completing legal studies at Oxford University and Columbia Law School. During his career he became passionate about improving the quality of life in societies around the world. He’s involved with non-profit organizations, Africa Wellness Initiative and THINX. These organizations’ mission is to make a difference in the African communities to help children, women and young girls by providing health care services and creating manufacturing companies to boost the economy. In December 2015 Tabar joined the FullCycle Energy Fund with the mission to improve society by producing environmental safe power plants.
In 2001 Sam Taber joined Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meager and Flom LLC, a NYC-based law firm as an Associate. He left the law firm in 2004 to serve as Managing Director and Co-head of Business Development at SPARX Group/PMA Investment Advisors in Tokyo, Hong Kong, London and New York. Six years later Tabar was named Director and Head of Capital Strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Hong Kong and New York. In 2013 he made a strategic career move and entered the legal profession again specializing in hedge funds at Schulte Roth & Zabel, and later resigned from the firm in 2014.
Early in 2015 Sam Tabar enhanced his investment portfolio by investing into THINX, a manufacturing company that produces women undergarments. The company provides humanitarian relief to tens of thousands of women in Africa. Sam Tabar helps THINX by providing capital and contributing his expertise as a philanthropist, hedge fund manager, lawyer, and leader. African young girls and women are taught sewing techniques and marketing strategies to work at THINX manufacturing company.
CrunchBase paints the picture that Sam Tabar concentrates now on a career that helps to improve the quality of life in communities and society. The FullCycle Energy Fund was formed to generate capital for building waste-to-energy power plants that produces cleaner energy.