Sam Tabar is a well-known lawyer and a capitalist based in New York, America. He attended Oxford University where he graduated with an MA and also a BA all in the law field. After his graduation, Sam got jobs in various law firms serving at senior positions. The experience he has acquired has been very vital for his legal practice. He has had the opportunity to work with law companies such as Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP in the position of a senior associate, and he delivered excellent services. While still working for Schulte Roth & Zabel, he held a position at Merril Lynch where he led the Asia Pacific Capital Introduction.
The year 2004 was very crucial for Sam Tabar career growth as he got a chance to work for PMA, a company that had been in existence for an extended period. At PMA, he was the hedge funds manager an experience that made him better since he could handle diverse roles related to his job. He also interacted with the clients that the company was serving directly, and he created paramount business networks. Sam was very dedicated to his job, and this impressed the company owners. In a short time, he was promoted to the position of the Managing Director and the Co-Head in charge of business development for the firm. He was very committed to seeing the company increase its profitability and for the six years that he held a senior position, the company recorded a high growth rate.
Sam business leadership grew tremendously, and he became among the most sought-after business leaders in the US. FullCycle Energy Fund hired him to be the company Chief Operating Officer responsible for the sound fund management strategy. He has a lot of expertise in developing budget strategies for financial institutions. Sam has been able to learn how to speak Japanese and French. He is also very fluent in English, and this is imperative for a business leader since he can sell the company ideals to people all over the world. He has launched his business called THINX a start that focuses on supporting women in African and Asian countries.