The FullCycle Energy Fund has officially appointed Sam Tabar as its COO. Tabar will be in charge of managing the company’s fund growth strategy. He will also supervise the firm’s day-to-day operations and employees.
In his acceptance speech, Tabar commended the FullCycle Energy Fund and voiced his happiness for earning such a prestigious nomination. He promised to work in full co-operation with the senior leadership team to achieve the firm’s foundation mission of shifting from expensive, polluting fuels to cost efficient and eco-friendly fuels.
He held the position of capital strategists at the Merrill Lynch. In this role, he offered targeted introductions to corporate investors such as foundations, funds of funds, endowments, pensions, and family offices. Tabar acted as a consultant on operations issues and played a key role in building back and front office groups. He once served as a marketing co-head for Sparx Group (PMA), the biggest sovereign fund in the whole of Asia Pacific.
Tabar has also held senior positions at prominent law companies such as Skadden and Schulte, according to his Lawyerist profile. He holds masters of law from high-status Columbia Law School and an honors BA from the globally renowned Oxford University. Currently, he is registered as a lawyer in the New York State, with Sam Tabar Advisory. Tabar is one of the earliest private venture capitalists to invest in Tribute and SheThinx, a firm that has re-established the feminine hygiene sector with a social goal to empower women worldwide.
FullCycle Energy Fund
Established in 2013, FullCycle Energy Fund finances and own projects, which transforms the humans’ relationship with waste by turning costly environmental issues into a clean, essential fuel that can be utilized to power communities across the globe. The firm’s mission is put a significant amount of money in retrofit traditional and modern generation plants. The hiring of Tabar is part of FullCycle’s plan to recruit top talents that can make tangible impacts in the society and spearhead its mission.