Sam Tabar may be a well-known capital strategist; however, he began his career as an associate. He started off his career by working at Arps, Meagher & Flom, Slater as well as Skadden in May 2001. At Skadden, Mr. Tabar gave valuable advice to his clients in regards to their hedge fund structure and formation. He also looked into the agreements on investment management, side letters, memoranda on private placement as well as regulatory and compliance issues.
In 2004, Sam Tabar joined Sparx Group, PMA Investment Advisors based in Hongkong. He steadily rose to become the Managing Director & Co-Head of Business Development in 2007. Mr. Tabar was instrumental in coming up with unique asset training strategies that did wonders for the company. Additionally, he fortified the Asset Training Team. Later on, he joined America Merill Lynch as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific region.
However, in 2013, he went back to the legal field whereby he was the senior associate at Schulte, Roth & Zabel. He dealt with the hedge funds structure as well as the formation.
In February 2015, Sam Tabar joined FullCycle Energy Fund as the Chief Operating Officer responsible for all the management strategist for all the funds. In January 2016, he became the Chief Financial Officer at Awearable Apparel.
When it comes to hedge fund management, he has a keen eye as well as an independent perspective that he attained from his legal training. He has two law degrees attained from Oxford University as well as the Columbia School of Law. Additionally, he has managed various successful hedge funds in Asian companies.
At the moment, Mr. Tabar is a focused capital strategist in the vast world of hedge funds. He has embarked on the journey by making a significant investment in THINX that is a newly formed establishment focusing on women hygiene as a way to boost women empowerment in African as well as Asian countries.
Mr. Tabar’s exposure while working in different nations has given him the advantage of learning various languages.