Sam Tabar is a professional attorney and financial specialist. He was appointed to serve the FullCycle Energy Fund as the chief executive officer in December 2015. Mr. Tabar was given the responsibility of overseeing the fund management strategy of the company. He has always been dedicated to accomplishing the mission of FullCycle, which is to minimize the consumption of expensive environmental polluting energy and to advocate for the use of cheap environmental friendly power.
Sam had a successful career in the finance sector before joining the company. He primarily examined policies that were used in budgets of various enterprises. He is a former employee of the Bank of America’s Merill Lynch and his primary responsibility at the firm was to head its capital strategy. Sam Tabar also assisted fund managers of the company in meeting institutional investors who include pensions, funds for funds, organizations, and endowments. The Sparx Group employed him to be it co-head of marketing, and he was in charge of the international marketing efforts of the company.
Mr. Sam Tabar served various law firms when he was a practicing attorney. These companies include the Schulte, Roth & Zabel and the Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom. He was awarded his bachelor’s degree in art from the Oxford University, and he then joined the Columbia University, where he graduated with a master’s degree in law. Sam Tabar is also an investor, and he has capitalized in ventures such as the SheThinx and Tribute. SheThinx is a firm that is dedicated to improving the lives of women from low-income regions by taking care of their hygiene.
FullCycle Energy Fund was established in 2013, and its primary objective was to fund and own projects that help to change waste into affordable green energy hence mitigating environmental hazards. The firm is also committed to eliminating the use of expensive fuels that pollute the environment by emitting dangerous gasses. Since it was founded, FullCycle has been investing heavily in retrofit companies, which have machinery that can transform solid waste in various municipalities into useful energy that can be used in any part of the world.