After years of dedication and success, Samir Victor Tabar has been named Chief Operating Officer of FullCycle Energy Fund. This is an honor that Sam is well-deserving of. As the new COO, he is responsible for managing the company’s fund strategy. Sam graciously accepted the new responsibilities that came along with his new role as COO. He also took the opportunity to announce how excited he was to start working with their senior leadership team on their new mission; a mission to moving away from the costly fuels that pollute our planet and move toward cheaper fuels that are eco-friendly.
The earlier years of his career were spent overseeing budget strategies for all sorts of financial institutes. At one point, he worked with Merrill Lynch, of Bank of America, as Head of Capital Strategy. He provided and led a team of fund managers who gave orders to institutional investors. The investors handled things like endowments of all sizes, foundations of sorts, corporate pensions, fund of funds, and family offices. He managed to lead his operations while building back and forth office teams. Once, he was also Co-Head of Marketing for a company called Sparx Group (PMA). It was the largest independent fund in the Asia-Pacific.
Along with his experience in financial management, Sam Tabar also had a law degree, which he used to start Sam Tabar Advisory, which has a page on Thumbtack. He once worked for a law firm called Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom. Another law firm he worked for is Schulte, Roth & Zabel. He got his law degree, a Masters of Law, from the Columbia Law School. He was also the Editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal. And to this day, he is a member of the New York State Bar. What’s even more impressive, is his Bachelor of Arts degree he got from Oxford University.
Sam Tabar also strongly supports women around the world. He was one of the earliest investors in SheThinx. He wanted to inspire women to pursue their dreams and not let anyone stop them. It has become one of his personal missions to see that women succeed.
Sam also provides financial insight on the Huffington Post from time to time. Including his most recent article, When Should A Parent Stop Supporting Their Adult Children?