Sam Tabar: The Master Of Capital Strategy

Mr. Sam Tabar is a New York- based attorney and capital strategist. He is COO of FullCycle Energy Fund, an organization that deals with converting waste to fuel. He is also the CFO of Awearable Apparel, a company that develops technological inventions.

Sam studied at Oxford University, graduating with an LLB degree in 2000. He later proceeded to pursue his master’s degree at Columbia Law School, where he was the Columbia Business Law Review’s chief editor.

Career

Mr. Tabar’s career can be dated back to 2001 when he started working with Skadden Law Firm. In 2004, he got a job at Sparx group (PMA), a Tokyo-based management company, where his primary responsibility was to manage hedge funds. He then rose up the rank to become the Managing Director & Co-head of Business Development for the company.

In 2011, he left PMA to join Merrill Lynch, the wealth management section of the Bank of America. Here, he was tasked with the responsibility of introducing the firm’s hedge fund clients to institutional investors.

A year later, he joined Adenval, LLC as a capital strategy. This position helped him realize his potential as a capital strategist. While still working at Adenval, LLC, Sam launched and started managing his private practice.

Advice to ambitious entrepreneurs

In an interview with PR Newswire, Sam advised casual investors who engage in commodity trading to take caution. He noted that the risk involved in that kind of investment is tremendously high. Sam Tabar argued that for one to benefit from commodity investment, thorough research is mandatory. Learn more about more Sam Tabar: https://www.artstation.com/artist/custombuilding4

He further noted that a smart investor must be in a position to absorb short-term losses, which are very common. Sam Tabar advised those who aspire to become future investors to start investing immediately. He argued that procrastination hinders talented individuals from realizing their aspirations.

Solving social problems

Besides his business career, Sam Tabar has invested in SheThinx, a company that helps women in America and Africa. The company designs fashionable and comfortable underwear that can be used by women during their menses.

Sam Tabar has also contributed to philanthropy by funding AFRIpads, an organization that provides reusable sanitary pads to the needy women in Africa.