Sam Tabar: A Veteran Attorney and Executive Principal of Internationally Recognized FullCycle Energy Fund

Sam Tabar studied bachelor’s degree in jurisprudence at the University of Oxford. In 2000, Tabar obtained a master’s degree in law from Columbia University. Tabar is skilled in strategy, management, litigation, due diligence, mergers & acquisition, and private equity. He is a registered member of the New York Bar Association. Tabar has invested in Tribute and SheThinx. SheThinx is an organization that has empowered women globally through emphasizing on sanitation. This organization also distributes period panties to African women and adolescent girls in the developing nations globally. Tabar has interests in languages, traveling, and hosting events.

Sam Tabar’s role at FullCycle Energy Fund

Tabar is an investment manager and a partner at FullCycle Energy Fund, an organization that addresses issues related to municipal solid waste disposal. Ibrahim Al Hussein established FullCycle Energy Fund in 2013. Al Hussein serves as the managing partner of the organization. The goal of this entity is to address issues such as global climate crisis. Tabar was appointed a COO of FullCycle Energy Fund in 2014, and he has since helped the organization in meeting its objectives. Tabar has been assisting the organization in converting municipal waste into clean energy.

Previous work experience

Prior to working at FullCycle Energy Fund, Sam Tabar was a capital strategist at Bank of America, Merrill Lynch. His role at this company was to find investors and introduce them to fund managers. Tabar held this position for close to two years working in New York and Hong Kong. In 2007, he served as the managing director of Sparx Group and held the position for four years. While working for this company, Tabar advised clients on compliance and legal issues. He also played an instrumental role in increasing the level of income.

Tabar’s first job was at Skadden Arps, Slate, and Meagher & Flom LLP & Affiliates. He served as an attorney at this company for five years. He specialized and assisted clients on fund-related matters. He also counseled clients on private placement memoranda, hedge fund formation, employment issues, regulatory, and compliance matters. In 2012, he worked as the director at Adanac, LLC, & BVI.