Sam Tabar’s Impeccable Career in the Legal and Financial Professions

Sam Tabar is a high-flying capital strategist and renowned attorney. He is based in New York. Over the years, he has built a strong reputation in his expertise as an attorney and capital strategist. In 2000, Sam Tabar graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. In 2001, he enrolled at the Columbia Law School. While still a student at the law school, Sam Tabar served as the associate editor of the popular Columbia Business Law Review.

About.me shows Sam started his career in September of 2001 as an associate when he was recruited at the Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher and Flom LLP. While at the firm, Sam Tabar offered counsel to clients on employment issues, hedge fund formation as well as structure and regulatory issues besides compliance requirements and investment management agreements. He worked at the law firm until 2004 when he switched from the legal filed to the financial sector. He joined PMA Investment Advisors, a subsidiary of the Sparx Group Co. branch, which is based in Hong Kong.

Sam Tabar joined PMA Investment Advisors as a counsel. Later, he was promoted to work as the oversee matters of business development at the firm. At PMA Investment Advisors, Sam Tabar managed and worked on investor relations as well as all the components of global marketing for a $2 billion hedge fund. In addition, he devised and executed a calculated marketing plan for his company that targeted high net worth customers, institutional investors and large family offices. At Full Cycle Fund Sam Tabar created over 400 more investor introductions and a personal rolodex of more than 2000 probable investors.

After working with PMA Investment Advisors, Sam Tabar sought for more challenge at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he joined in February 2011. While at the bank, Sam was made a director and manager in charge of capital strategy. He provided the bank’s hedge fund customers with counsel. Additionally, he targeted meaningful introductions to institutional investors like pensions, large family offices and foundations. Sam Tabar worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch until September 2012 when he decided to go back to the legal field by joining Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP.

In January 2015, Sam Tabar added THINX to his investment portfolios. THINX is a startup company that seeks to assists women in America and Africa with fashionable underwear that supports their menstruation. The purchase of a pair of underwear offers a reusable sanitary pad channeled through AFRIpads to women that would otherwise miss school or work, in Africa. Sam Tabar notes that the firm’s business model is special for it encourages people in the society to think about international issues as well as give back through the purchases they make. Sam continues to work with Antonia and Miki, proprietors of THINX.  Sam Tabar can be followed on Instagram to keep up with his career.  Or he also has a presence on GoFundMe, where Sam Tabar continues his charitable efforts.