Sam Tabar is a famous attorney from New York who is also a successful capital strategist. At the beginning of his career, he worked for different companies like Meagher & Flom LLP, Slater, Arps, and Skadden. Later he moved to capital strategy and business development. He then worked in different key positions for organizations like SPARX Group Co., PMA Investment Advisors, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. He has a great interest in traveling and hosting events. He frequently updates his social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. He shares wonderful quotations on his Twitter account.
The education Sam Tabar acquired is a strong reason behind his success. He went to Oxford University and graduated with honors. He then went to Columbia Law School and served as an Associate Editor until 2001. At Skadden, his role was to counsel clients about structure and formation of hedge fund, side letters, investment management agreements, compliance & regulatory issues and private placement memoranda. He left Skadden in 2004 and joined PMA Investment Advisors which was a part of Hong Kong-based company Sparx Group Co. He initially worked as counsel but was then promoted to Co-Head of Business Development & Managing Director. His role at the company involved global marketing and managing investor relations for a hedge fund of over $2 billion. It also included designing and executing plans for strategic marketing of his company to attract global investors. His efforts brought over two-thousand investors and further introduced over four-hundred investors.
Sam Tabar became the Director of Bank of American Merrill Lynch in February 2011. He was also the Head of Capital Strategy that covered Asia-Pacific region. His role was to deal with hedge fund clients and introducing institutional investors. He brought over twelve-hundred institutional investors and managed all capital allocations. In 2012, he joined Adanac LLC, BVI as the Director. He has invested in different start-ups and properties in the United States. He became the Senior Associate at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP in 2013. His role involved providing counseling on structure and formation of funds, compliance, and regulatory issues, employment issues, side letters, private placement memoranda, and investment management agreements.