Sam Tabar is an excellent attorney, entrepreneur, business strategist and advisor based in New York. He began his career as a law practitioner but later branched out into the business field. He has worked in the business field for decades and has extensive experience and expertise in fund management. Mr. Tabar holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Oxford University and a Masters of Law degree from Columbia School of Law. Although he no longer practices law, he is still a member of the New York State bar. He recently became a contributor to the Huffington Post where he will be providing an in-depth analysis of the economy and discussing various other issues to do with finance.
Mr. Tabar was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Full Cycle Energy due to his vast experience and expertise in the business field. Full Cycle Energy is excited about the new addition to its team and looks forward to achieving great things with Mr. Tabar. In this new position, Mr. Tabar will be in charge of the company’s funds, a very important role in the company due to the nature of its operations. Full Cycle Energy was founded in 2013 to provide funding and manage projects that aim to recycle waste and provide clean affordable energy solutions. By doing this, the company also reduces pollution in the environment.
Before joining Full Cycle Energy, Mr. Tabar worked with Merrill Lynch as head of capital strategy and he therefore brings invaluable experience to Full Cycle. He also worked as fund manager for quite a number of companies in Asia. This makes him perfectly suited for his new position at Full Cycle. He is responsible for making investment decisions for the company.
Full Cycle Energy is a capital-intensive company that needs an expert like Mr. Tabar managing its funds. The company has made invaluable addition to its leadership. Sam Tabar, together with the other executives at the company, are expected to lead the company to greater heights. He is excited about his new position and intends to do his best to add value to the company.