Green Energy

Sam Tabar’s New Operations Responsibility at FullCycle Energy Fund

Sam Tabar was appointed by FullCycle Energy Fund to serve as the company’s Chief Operating Officer, a position that makes him in charge of its fund management strategies. Sam will deliver the company’s mission of avoiding polluting fuels, high costs and promoting the use of fuels that are friendly to the ecosystem. FullCycle started in 2013 with a primary aim of financing and owning projects, which facilitate the conversion of waste materials into valuable fuel that can be used by comminutes globally. The organization also funds the building or purchasing of power generation plants that have attained the technical, operating and financial standards for changing from conventional energy to MSW based syngas.

Before joining FullCycle Energy, Mr. Tabar spent the better part of his career as a budget supervisor for various financial institutions. He worked at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the Capital Strategy Head. His responsibility in the company was to provide direct introductions of institutional investors such as foundations, endowments, funds of funds, pensions and family offices to fund managers. Sam built the company’s back and front office teams through consultation on operations. He is recognized for his personal Rolodex, where he brought on board more than 2000 qualified potential investors.

CrunchBase shows Mr. Tabar was also an employee of the Asia Pacific’s largest independent fund firm, Sparx Group (PMA), where served as the Head of Marketing. Sam was promoted to Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development at the enterprise. In his senior role at the company, he managed all sections of global marketing and controlled a hedge fund that was worth 2 billion dollars. Tabar has also made a career in law apart for that of financial management. He was an attorney at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate, and Flom, which is among the world most prestigious law firms and a senior partner at Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP. Sam gave advice to the Schulte law firm on regulatory and compliance issues, investment management arrangements, capital formation and organization, side letters and employee problems.

LinkedIn indicates Sam Tabar attended Oxford University, where he graduated with honors in Bachelor of Arts and later joined the Columbia Law School for his Masters of Law. He worked for the Columbia Business Law Review as an Associate editor while he was still in law school. Sam is presently a New York State Bar member. He is an investor in SheThinx, which has empowered women globally by re-inventing the feminine hygiene sector.  Read more about Sam’s new appointment on PR Newswire: