Sam Tabar is an American based entrepreneur. He has years of experience in the management of hedge funds, as an attorney and as a capital strategist. His career in the legal field began at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP as an associate. He landed this job immediately after graduating from the Columbia Law School.
In this law firm, he was responsible for counseling clients regarding hedge fund formation, structuring, and management. He oversaw the administration of investment agreements, private placement memoranda, handled employment issues, and handled regulatory and compliance issues. In 2004, he joined SPARX Group and worked through several managerial positions.
A few years later, he became the managing director of the business development section. Later, he joined the Bank of America Merrill Lynch as it director.
In September 2013, he joined Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, a move that saw him return to the legal field. In this firm, he was responsible for handling legal matters on behalf of hedge funds. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sam_Tabar_Picture.jpg
According to Art Station, as an investment practice, Sam Tabar invests widely in startups. Of late, much of his investment have gone towards the development of Thinx, a startup business that is responsible for the sale of women’s underwear.
The underwears are specially designed and acts as a replacement of hygiene products for menstruation. Thinx uses proceeds from its sales to donate sanitary towels to underprivileged women and girls in Africa.
Through his social media accounts, he shares and provides legal counsel for those in need. Through these platforms, one gets to know more about his life and professional career.
An update dated October 22nd, 2016, has Sam Tabar saying that he is honored to work with Full Cycle Energy Fund as a COO. Additionally, he says that it is paramount to move the world to low polluting fuels that are cheaper and environment-friendly.
Among his achievements, career and life achievements, investing in the development of Thinx remains to be the most appealing. It is not often to see investors dedicate their money to institutions that help to make the world a better place. He has featured in New York Post and several other media outlets.