With an education that few can match, and significant professional experience, Sam Tabar is a lawyer and investment strategist worthy of recognition. To understand the importance of an individual like Sam Tabar to the investment world once must dive into his background.
Sam Tabar graduated from Oxford University in 2000 with honors. Shortly after graduating from Oxford, Tabar moved onto Columbia Law School where he was an associate editor for the Columbia Business Review.
Simultaneously to attending law school, Sam Tabar began his career in investments as an associate at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Fiom LLP. After three years in this position, Tabar moved on to the SPARX Group where he served as Managing Director and CO-Head of Business Development. Tabar held this position for nearly six years at which point he moved on to Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he served as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region. After three more successful years in this position, Tabar moved on to Schulte Roth and Zabal LLP as a Senior Legal Associate specializing in Hedge Funds.
While Tabar’s education and resume speak for themself what is arguably most interesting about him, is his ability to thrive in the global business community. Tabar happens to be fluent in both French and English, and also speaks Japanese well enough to communicate with international executives in the Asia-Pacific Region.
In the current business climate there are many solid business people, and a variety of lawyers with the expertise and knowledge to serve the finance industry. While the aforementioned commodities are in abundance, an individual like Sam Tabar who is equally adept in both rules is extremely rare. Aspiring business students and law students alike would be wise to study the career trajectory of Sam Tabar in an attempt to emulate his successful career. Now as the CEO of FullCycle Fund he’s embarking on a new adventure. But he still cares about the community. As he remains involved with as many charitable efforts as possible.