Samir Tabar: Investor, Capital Strategist, Innovative Legal Mind

Sam Tabar attended Oxford University and Columbia Law, serving as Associate Editor of the Columbia Law Review. Tabar started his career as an associate with the prestigious Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP in 2001. His work with the firm included advising clients on hedge fund creation and structure, investment management contracting, employment topics, and compliance issues.

In 2004, Tabar joined the team at PMA Investment advisors, a division of Sparx Group Company. He later ascended to Managing Director & Co-Head of Business Development. Sam Tabar created and executed a marketing plan throughout their global markets, targeting institutional investors, family businesses, and ultra-wealthy clients around the world.

He also proved his worth as a fundraiser, helping to raise $1.2 billion in funding as he worked with the team’s founders and CEO on their business development initiatives. Learn more about Sam Tabar: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0845880/

In his next step in an already high-impact career, Sam joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch as Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region, then quickly moved on to lead Adanac LLC, BVI as Director. With Adanac, Tabar tried his hand at real estate and start-up investing, helping to form companies Thinx and Verboten.

Today, Sam Tabar is focused on impact investing and developing good in the world. His most recent positions include becoming COO of Fullcycle Energy Fund, as well as CFO at Awearables Apparel, operating out of New York City.

Follow his work on Facebook and Twitter. He is fluent in French, English, and Japanese, and his experiences with major international investment and consulting work make him an ideal advisor to guide your portfolio through changing times.

With emerging legal trends and regulations, it’s imperative to continually be aware of what may impact your future. In his own words, “The law is always changing, and you have to be a student of that change for your entire career.”

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