Mr. Sam Tabar is a capital strategist and a prominent attorney. Despite having been trained as a lawyer, Tabar is well known for his achievements in the financial sector. Throughout his career, he has worked in several organizations in various nations. As a result, Sam has learned many languages. He is fluent in French, Japanese and English, according to About.me.
Sam’s career journey
After his graduation from Oxford University with honors, he joined Columbia Law School. He was as an associate editor of the Columbia business law review. After his graduation, he worked as an Associate at Skadden, Arps Slater Meagher & Flom LLP, which is one of the most prestigious law firms in the world. He worked at the company until 2004. During his stay at Skadden, he counseled clients on investment management agreements, Hedge fund formation and structure, employment issues, private placement memoranda, side letters, and other regulatory requirements.
After leaving Skadden, he joined PMA Investment Advisors, which is a division of Sparx Group Co, based in Hong Kong. After some time, Sam was promoted to the Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development. He was in charge of all aspects of the international marketing and investor associations for a $2 billion hedge fund. He also managed to create a strategic marketing idea that was designed for institution investors, ultra high net worth clients, and large family offices. Another achievement was that he assisted the firm to raise $1.2 billion worth of assets under management.
Tabar joined Merill Lynch Bank in the position of director and head of strategy for Asia-pacific region. While at the bank, he counseled clients and was in charge of all capital allocations cycle between investors and fund managers. In September 2012, Sam left the firm and joined Adanac LLC, BVO as the director. In September 2013, he went back to law practice. Tabar joined as the Senior Associate Catering to hedge funds in Schulte. While at Schulte, he counseled clients on capital formation and structure, private placement memoranda, investment management agreements, employment issues, and other compliance and regulatory issues. He left the company in March 2014 after a successful career at the enterprise. Currently, Sam is working with FullCycle Fund.