Just Reported October 18th, 2016: Angel.co lists Sam Tabar as the new CFO of Awearable Apparel. Sam will be advising the tech giant on financial matters relating to fundraising, and corporate investment. This marks another massive step forward for Sam, who was named COO of FullCycle Fund in 2015.
In December of 2015, Sam Tabar was named the Chief Operating Officer of FullCycle Energy Fund, a company that was founded in 2013, which was created in order to finance and own projects that revolutionizes the relationship with waste by converting it into valuable and clean fuel. And as the COO, Tabar was responsible for managing the company’s fund management strategy.
In taking the role is the COO, Tabar said on Twitter that he was honored and excited for the opportunity, and that he looked forward to being able to partner with the talented senior leadership team in order to deliver the mission of FullCycle in moving away from the polluting fuels at lower cost, environmentally friendly fuels and high cost.
In the role with Bank of America, he helped in providing funding managers with targeted introductions for institutional investors including foundations, endowments, fund of funds, pensions and family offices. He had consulted with operations as he built both front and back office teams. And prior to his position at Bank of America, he held the position of Co-head of Marketing for the Sparx Group (PMA), which is the largest independent fund within Asia Pacific. While at the Sparx Group, his responsibilities included managing all of the facets for a global marketing effort. And in addition to his experience in financial management, Tabar has also worked as an attorney for both Schulte, Roth & Zabel and Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom.
In his early career, Tabar graduated with a masters degree in law from the Columbia Law School, and holds a Bachelor’s of Arts from Oxford University where he graduated with honors. He has been the Editor for the Columbia Business Law Journal, and currently serves as a member for the New York State Bar. And as a private venture capitalist, he has became one of the earliest investors for the Tribute, and for SheThinx which is a company that has helped in re-inventing the feminine hygiene industry, this happening through a social mission for empowering women all over the world. Sam’s official website has more.