Sam Tabar is a renowned capital strategist. He began his career as an associate at a prominent law firm after graduation from Columbia Law School. His role at the law firm was as an advisor to clients on hedge fund structure and formation, agreements, side letters, regulatory issues, and other such issues. In 2004, he joined SPARX Group Co. and rose through the ranks to become its Managing Director. He was also the head of Business Development. Later on, he moved to Bank of Am erica Merrill Lynch as the director. In 2013, he returned to the legal field and joined a law firm as a senior associate.
He later left the law firm and expanded his investment portfolio. Sam Tabar invested in THINX. The company is mainly concerned with the production of women’s undergarments. Additionally, the company is concerned with charity, offering relief to thousands of African women annually. Mr. Tabar’s role at the firm is a lawyer, a leader, and contributor of capital. The philanthropic work of the firm involves training women on how to sew. Additionally, they are imparted with knowledge on marketing strategies. The women are given the entrepreneurial skills that will help make them leaders in their communities. The main aim of this philanthropic work is to create jobs and improve the environment.
Mr. Tabar’s latest company is based on the premise of financing projects that are beneficial for the environment. Mr. Tabar wants to create solutions to environmental problems. The company aims to generate fuel from waste, mostly from Municipal Solid Waste. The goal will be achieved through FullCycle Energy. With Tabar as its COE, the company is hopeful of being able to achieve its objective. The objective of FullCycle is to replace highly polluting plants such as coal-based ones with environmentally friendly ones that rely on Municipal Waste to generate power. Mr. Tabar’s investment advice is for people to avoid commodities market unless they can do research. He views investment in private businesses as a good alternative to stock trading. Tabar is a great believer in social enterprises. It is an opportunity for a person to make money while helping the community.