Sam Tabar: Chief Operating Officer for Significant Environmental Change


Sam Tabar was named the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Full Cycle Energy Fund at the end of 2015, a prestigious position with a progressive company that is working to turn waste in to a clean environmentally safe fuel source. Sam Tabar is certainly the right man for the job with his extensive experience and high rated education.

He was previously the executive of Capital Strategy for Merrill Lynch (Bank or America) where he advised on procedures and activities while also building teams for the front and back office operations. He established purposeful meetings between managers and institutional investors that targeted astute business opportunities such as inheritance, foundations, and family businesses. Prior to that he was joint chief of Marketing for Sparx Group Co., Ltd. an asset management company that covers the entire Asia-Pacific Market.

In his early career Sam Tabar’s focus was on law. After earning an M.A. and B.A. from Oxford University, he continued his education at Columbia Law School for his LLM. Soon after he went to work as an associate for Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom and a senior associate with Schulte, Roth & Zabel. Even though his career has led him to a position as the Chief Operating Officer, Sam Tabar is still an active legal member for the New York State Bar Association.

His focus has not been just about climbing the corporate ladder, Sam Tabar finds working with companies and organizations that promote and invest in the betterment of the world to be rewarding and fulfilling to his life’s work. These same principles can be seen in his personal investments. He has been an active investor in SheThinx, a company with a strong social mission to empower woman around the world.

Sam Tabar strives to gain so much personal and professional experience that being named as the COO for Full Cycle Energy Fund is a perfect match. His inclusion to this professional and advancing team will not only benefit the companies present but also the environmental health of the future.


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