While Sam Tabar may have not started out in the field of financial planning and services, he definitely was destined for it.
Tabar initially got a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oxford University with honors and a Masters of Law degree from Columbia Law School. In both academic environments, he performed admirably and achieved high grades. While at Columbia Law School, he was the primary editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal. This prestigious position afforded him insight into both the legal workings of the business sector and the practical components involved in working in it.
After college, Sam Tabar went on to work at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom, a law firm. Eventually, he moved on to Shulte, Roth & Zabel. These were his only two positions in law, and despite still holding a position as a New York State Bar member, he moved on to the financial planning industry.
His first major position in this new work force was as Co-Head of Marketing for Sparx Group (PMA). In this role, he managed and was responsible for activities in the largest independent fund in Asia Pacific.
Most notably, however, is Sam Tabar’s position at Merrill Lynch (or Bank of America) as the Head of Capital Strategy. In addition, he consulted as he developed both front and back office teams for the company.
With all of his prior experience, it makes sense that FullCycle Energy Fund would choose him as the new Chief Operative Officer, as reported by PRNewswire. In this position, he will be responsible for the company’s financial management and planning strategy.
With Sam Tabars prior experience in all aspects of the global marketing effort and industry, he was the obvious choice among the candidates for the position.
When asked how he feels about this new partnership, Sam Tabar excitedly pointed towards the current leadership and executive positions of the company.
Together, Sam Tabar and FullCycle Energy Fund look forward to future business moves. Check him out on his official website to see more about him, and what Sam Tabar has done.