Sam Tabar Appointed COO of FullCycle Energy FundMay 25, 2016 - Author: steph - No Comments
As of December 2015, FullCycle Energy Fund’s Chief Operating Officer is Sam Tabar, formerly Head of Capital Strategy for Bank of America. In his new role, Tabar is responsible for the fund’s management strategy. According to a press release on PR Newswire, Tabar is pleased to work with a fund that invests in low-cost eco-friendly fuels, as opposed to expensive fossil fuels. FullCycle Energy Fund’s mission is to finance the re-fit of electric generation plants to burn municipal solid waste, focusing on communities burdened with high electricity costs and waste disposal issues.
Founded in 2013, FullCycle Energy Fund is a relatively new firm, however, Tabar will work with an experienced team. Tabar also brings a great deal of experience to FullCycle, in addition to his time at Bank of America; Tabar was Co-Head of Marketing for Sparx Group, where he managed their global marketing campaigns. In addition, Tabar was the director of Adanac, LLC.
Sam Tabar also has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oxford University and a Masters of Law degree from Columbia Law School. Tabar is a member of the New York State Bar where his specialty is finance law. Tabar’s law experience includes positions at Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate and Flom, where he began his career, as well as the law firm of Schulte, Roth and Zabel. Tabar has mentioned in interviews that he was always interested in investment and finance law. He brings an expert knowledge of how the law affects businesses to FullCycle Energy Fund, where his practical experience in the legal and finance professions are an excellent fit.
Tabar is also a private investor in SheThinx, a socially responsible feminine hygiene company. Sam Tabar currently lives in New York City, where he enjoys hosting events. Tabar also enjoys traveling and he speaks French as well as English.