FullCycle Energy Fund set to Make Great Milestone as Sam Tabar Takes Over as Chief Operating Officer

On Dec 15, 2015, PR Newswire reported that Sam Tabar had been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer of FullCycle Energy Fund. The Fund’s aim is to champion and promote the movement of consumers from high-cost fuels that also contribute to environmental pollution to low cost ones that are also environmentally friendly.

Sam brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the fund. It is important to point out that Sam is well educated holding a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master of Law (LLM) Degree from Oxford and Columbia Universities respectively. Actually, he obtained honors at the undergraduate level, which sets him apart from the ordinary grandaunts.

In addition to his excellent academic background, Sam is also well experienced with a very successful career as a capital strategist. After completing his Masters Degree, he was associate at Skadden LLP. While working here, he was very successful in counseling various clients on the structure of hedge fund as well as its formation. Similarly, he advised on investment management agreements, side letters, private placement memoranda, employment and regulatory compliance issues.

Sam was later to join SPARX group in 2004 where he was promoted to the position of a Managing Director and head of business development. His speedy rise through the ranks was not by mistake or favor but entirely on merit as he performed better than anybody else in whatever position he found himself.

Later, Sam moved to the Bank of America Merill Lynch where he held the position of Director. At the same time, he served as the head of capital strategy for the entire region of Asia Pacific. Afterward, he decided to return to the legal profession in 2013 and worked for Schulte Roth &Zabel LLP holding the position of a senior associate in charge of hedge funds.

However, from the brief attempt above, it is clear that Sam is an excellent performer who has held very senior positions and done exceptionally well. His good performance, experience and an excellent academic background make one confidently say that the fund, for which he is currently working can be expected to make a lot of progress.    By offering investment and financial advice.