The FullCycle Energy Fund chose Sam Tabar to serve as its Chief Operating Officer from December 2015. His primary role at the company will be overseeing the fund administration strategy. Mr. Tabar was happy to be appointed by the firm, and he anticipates that he will be able to help it in achieving its mission of avoiding expensive, pollutant fuels to minimize the prices of fuels that are friendly to the environment. Most of his career has been in the financial sector where he has been reviewing budget policies. He formerly served the Merrill Lynch of the Bank of America as the leader of the capital strategy. The primary responsibility of Mr. Sam Tabar at the firm was to assist fund managers in meeting organizational investors, who include foundations, pensions, endowments, family offices, and funds of funds. He also worked at the Sparx Group (PMA) as the co-head of marketing, and he controlled all the aspects of an international marketing effort.
Apart from serving as a financial manager, Sam Tabar has also been an attorney for various law companies. They include the Schulte, Roth & Zabel and the Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom law companies. He has a bachelor’s degree in arts and masters of law, which he got from the Oxford University and the Columbia Law School respectively. While he was in college, he was the Columbia Business Law Journal’s editor. Mr. Sam Tabar is a venture investor and was one of the frontrunners in capitalizing in the Tribute and SheThinx, which is a firm that is dedicated to empowering women across the planet by supporting the feminine hygiene sector.
FullCycle Energy Fund is an organization that was established in 2013, and its primary purpose was to sponsor and own developments that transform the relationship between people and waste by changing an expensive environmental issue into a clean fuel. The fuel is precious and can be used by various communities across the planet. The institution has an aim of investing in emerging and retrofit conventional plants that generate electricity from expensive, dirty fuels to cheap, clean fuels that are made from municipal solid waste. For more information on Sam, check him out on Pinterest.