Attorney and capital strategist Sam Tabar is known for his skills and knowledge in investment banking. The Oxford graduate is an American native and currently lives in New York City. He attended Oxford to study bachelors in arts and later Columbia law school. While at Columbia Sam was the associate editor of Colombia business law review. He graduated from Columbia in 2001 and joined one of the World’s most prominent law firms; Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP as an associate.
While at Skadden, Mr. Tabar excelled in his field of expertise. He provided legal counsel to hedge fund clients on formation and structure, investment management agreements, private placement memoranda, side letters, employment issues and compliance issues. With all this knowledge in finance and investment banking, it’s no surprise therefore that Sam left the firm in 2004 to join the world of finance. He joined PMA Investment Advisors a unit of Sparx group Co based in Hong Kong.
Sam continued to shine at PMA as counsel and was soon after promoted to Managing Director and Co-head of business development. While at PMA, Sam managed and worked on all matters involving marketing and investor relations for a $2 billion hedge fund. He also presided over and designed a strategic marketing plan for the firm that targeted institutional investors, major clients, and potential investors. During his tenure at the firm he was able to provide the company with a personal Rolodex if over 2000 potential investors and also more than 400 additional investor introductions. Sam also assisted the firm in raising $1.2 in assets during his time at the firm. He left the company to join Bank of America Merrill Lynch in February 2011 as a Director and the Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia Pacific region.
At Merrill, Sam provided counsel to hedge fund clients and also targeted concise introductions to investors’ .Mr. Tabar also assisted and managed capital allocations between firm managers and investors. Sam left the firm in 2012 to serve as Adanac LLC director.
In 2013, Sam left his finance career and rejoined the legal world. He joined the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. As the senior associate, catering to dodge funds. He also provided services in private placement memoranda, side letters, memoranda’s, and employment and compliance issues. Sam left the firm in 2014.
Mr. Tabar has continued to advise people on investments in his current role at FullCycle Fund. According to Tabar, private investments like his most recent one, THNX are more reliable. THNX manufactures innerwear and with every purchase they donate sanitary towels to women in Africa and America that cannot afford them. He’s also started his own charitable initiative, via Sam Tabar’s GoFundMe page.