Sam Tabar has spent much of his career in the fund management industry. He was once the head of capital management division in Merrill Lynch (Bank of America). Here, he would offer services such as endowments, fundamentals, allowances, fund of funds, and family offices to fund managers.
He would also offer managerial advice on operational and legal matters and assist fund managers in building back and front office teams. Previously, he was the head of marketing at Sparx Group (PMA), the leading, independent fund management company in Asia.
Here, Tabar would supervise all the company’s international marketing efforts. Besides, he was the attorney of Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom and Schulte, Roth & Zabel. He holds a master’s degree in Law from Columbia Law School and a Bachelor of Arts from Oxford University.
According to Bloomberg, Sam Tabar was once the editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal and is currently a member of the New York State Bar
Mr. Tabar has re-invented the feminine hygiene industry so that women around the world can become empowered. His biggest achievement is the appointed as the Chief Operating Officer of Full Cycle Energy Fund.
That aside, Mr. Tabar is the Chief Financial Officer of Awearable Apparel, an international company that helps you find lost friends, relatives, and children. Most recently, Mr. Tabar has featured on several media outlets due to his accomplishments. For instance, he featured on Our Veteran, a global media outlet after becoming the COO of Full Cycle Energy. Learn more about Sam Tabar: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/tabarsamir-482
During his tenure at Awearable Apparel, Mr. Tabar initiated the launch of built-in safety devices that alert parents or guardians if children disappear. As such, lost children can be easily found. Tabar believes that THINX is special as it offers monetary support and empowers women in the society.
With every purchase of THINX, a woman in Uganda is given seven washable, reusable cloth pads through AFRIpads. The initiative allows women to attend school and work even during menstruation period. Traditionally a menstruating woman in Africa would have no choice but to stay at home.