Sam Tabar, the COO (Chief Operating Officer) of Full Cycle Energy Company, was promoted to the position as of December 2015. He oversees everything to do with fund management for the company.
Tabar expressed excitement and honor at taking the helms of the role of COO. He was anticipating greatly the cooperation with the leadership team and the task of eliminating unnecessary expenses. These extra costs often come from fuel that is contaminated. Thus, a mission toward cleaner and more eco-friendly fuels began.
About Sam Tabar
According to Bloomberg, Sam Tabar graduated from Columbia Law School. He started out at the firm Skadden, Slater, Arps, Flom, and Meagher. There, he dealt with clients in the counseling of them for their hedge funds. He advised them on the structure and forming of investment vehicles, side letters, private placement, regulatory issues, employment strategies, and compliance plans.
After that, he joined SPARX Group in 2004 to eventually become the managing director there. He would later earn the name of the head of business development for the company.
After proving himself there, Bank of America / Merrill Lynch hired him as the head of Capital Approach. Tabar then went the legal sector in 2013. He joined the force of Schulte Roth and Zabel LLP as a senior associate who focused on hedge fund regulatory and compliance issues.
Tabar was innovative in his quest as a private venture capitalist. He was an original investor for Shethinx and Tribute, which helped to empower women everywhere with feminine hygiene solutions.
Now, Sam Tabar still has an aim to give back. He helps the operations of Full Cycle Energy Fund, which was founded in 2013 with the aim of offering privatized and equity developments that reduce the cost of fuel due to leveraging natural phenomena.
Sam Tabar and the rest of the team have the mission to stop putting outdated electronics in the market and instead offer a lower cost, eco-friendly alternative. Their main source is municipal waste. This achieves a cleaner facility and cleaner water for everyone.
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