His recent work with FullCycle Energy Fund saw him go green while initiating new clean energy alternatives. His position as a COO with this company excited him as he got the opportunity to explore environmentally friendly fuels consequently improving the society. The law affects how business gets handled. A combination of legal expertise and financial experience is the primary reason why Sam stands out from his competitors. Being able to provide legal advice and practical capital strategies gives him an upper edge.
In his interview with Pr NewsWire, Sam advice people to invest in mutual funds and stock markets, while he cautions against commodity trading. Arguing that the latter involves higher risks and are more volatile.
Sam Tabar also believes that a private business investment would be a good idea. Especially if investing in social startups. People get to benefit financially and at the same time help the needy in the society
Sam started with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oxford University. He then ventured into law at Columbia Law School. Here Sam became the Associate Editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.
In addition to being an associate at Skadden, in New York, from 2001 to date, Sam has worked in the following capacities.
- SPARX Group – MD and Co-Head of Business (September 2004 – 2010)
- Bank of America Merrill Lynch – Director, Head of Capital Strategy (February 2010-2012)
- Adanac LLC, BVI – Director (September 2012-2013)
- Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP – Senior Associate (September 2013- March 2014)
In the capital market, Sam got significant exposure to hedge funds around 2011, while working at the Merrill Lynch. Here, he also started interacting with the Asia-Pacific region.
Adenval LLC sealed his capital strategist potential allowing him to launch and manage his private practice. He gets to handle high profile clients worldwide.