The PRNewswire recently wrote an article about Sam Tabar, a man who has made quite the name for himself as a lawyer and a great business person. Sam Tabar is a prominent attorney and a capital strategist based in New York City. Before settling in business development and capital strategy, Sam practiced his law career as an associate at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher and Flom LLP.
Tabar is popularly known for going against all odds to achieve great milestones after starting his career in the legal field. Sam has been reported to be at his best when working as both an attorney and a capital strategist. He is known to work extra hard to meet his clients’ expectations.
Sam’s current place of work is in New York City where he works at FullCycle Fund. His extraordinary skills and talents have provided him with plenty of job opportunities. He became employed at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher and Flom LLP majorly due to his skills as an attorney and a capital strategist. During his tenure at the law firm, Sam used to carry out a range of activities including counseling clients on the hedge fund structure, investment management agreements, and employment issues among other roles. By the time he left the law firm in 2004, he had escalated it to greater heights regarding business development.
After leaving his law career, Sam joined Sparx Group/ PMA Investment Advisors in 2004. He was given the position of the company’s counsel before being promoted later to act as the Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development. While at PMA Investment Advisors, Tabar was in charge of a two billion U.S Dollar hedge fund. He managed all the sectors of the global marketing together with investor relations under the hedge fund. He used his experience and skills to help the Investment Advisors Group to flourish.
Tabar then moved to work for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch after leaving the PMA Investment Advisors. He decided it was time to take his career to greater heights. Tabar served as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy while working at the Bank of America. He used to work with the Asia-Pacific Region during his tenure at the Bank of America.