Sam Tabar Named COO FullCycle, Innovators in Clean Energy

FullCycle Energy Fund recently elected Sam Tabar as Chief Operating Officer, giving him control over the company’s fund management strategy. According to Tabar, he is eager to begin working with the senior leadership team in an endeavor to explore more environmentally friendly, lower cost fuels.
Tabar’s background includes spearheading budgeting for financial corporations. As head of Capital Strategy for Merrill Lynch, aka Bank of America, he gave fund managers guidance for their institutional investors including endowments, foundations, pensions, fund of funds and family offices. Tabar was also called in as a consultant on operations for front and back office teams. He was also the Co-Head of Marketing for Sparx Group.

Tabar also lends his expertise as an attorney for Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom, and also Schulte, Roth & Zabel to his new post. Lawyerist tells us Tabar received a Masters of Law from Columbia Law School and also a Bachelor of Arts from Oxford University. In addition Tabar served as editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal and is a member of the New York state Bar. writes Tabar was one of the first investors in Tribute and he also invested in a company called SheThinx, an innovator in the feminine hygiene products. These are just a few of Tabar’s capital investment projects. Tabar is also adept at hedge fund formation and structure, as well as investment management and private placement memoranda. He has vast experience with employment issues and regulatory and compliance issues because of his time at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom. In 2004, Tabar became Managing Director & Co-Head of Capital Strategy for SPARX Group Co. / PMA Investment Advisors and then became Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region at Merrill Lynch/Bank of America.

In September of 2013, Tabar re-entered the legal profession joining Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP as a Senior Associate. His specialties were hedge funds, fund formation and structure, including regulatory and compliance issues. Tabar left the firm in August of 2014.

FullCycle Energy Fund began in 2013 in an effort to fund projects that would convert solid waste into clean, usable fuel to help provide clean, efficient energy sources to people around the world. The company’s mission is to invest in and retrofit electric power plants from high cost, environmentally harmful fuels to fuels derived from Municipal Solid Waste.