Capital investment strategist Sam Tabar was recently named COO of Full Cycle Energy Fund, according to PRNewswire.
“I am very excited about the opportunity to be associated with Full Cycle Energy Fund and look forward to the exciting challenges,” said Tabar. As COO, he will be responsible for fund management.
After graduating from Columbia Law School, Tabar joined Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher and Flom LLP. Tabar’s considerable skills in hedge fund management helped a number of clients with investment strategies. Before his current position, he worked as a capital strategiest for Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and Sparx Group.
Aside from consulting, Tabar was also instrumental in building highly-capable office teams.
Full Cycle Energy Fund is among the largest environmental corporations globally. Tabar says moving away from high-cost fuels that are polluting the environment and finding exploring greener, less-expensive options is the goal.
Founded in 2013, Full Cycle Energy Fund has a mission to retrofit old electrical energy plants with newer plants that will be more cost-effective in the future. “It is our goal to help provide cleaner and more valuable fuel for countries all over the world,” said Tabar.
Tabar takes his new position very seriously. “It is a big step from finance and hedge funds,” said Tabar.
Before receiving a law degree from Columbia Law School, Tabar attended Oxford University, where he graduated with honors. He worked both domestically and abroad and learned a great deal about finance and investing. Tabar was also a primary investor in SheThinks and Tribute, both revolutionary feminine hygeine companies. They’ve also inspired Sam Tabar to create a GoFundMe to raise money for African charities.
Tabar says his position with Full Cycle Energy Fund is a tremendous opportunity to branch out into something different. “It has always been my goal to help people. And in this position, I can help people all around the world receive clean energy,” said Tabar.