FullCycle Energy Fund has named Sam Tabar as its new chief operating officer. The new post will see the experienced executive develop FullCycle’s fund management strategy, a key factor in ensuring that the company achieves its goal and missions. This announcement was made in December 2015.
Sam Tabar could not hide his joy following his appointment. He said that the new opportunity would give him the chance to use his experience in fund management strategies to save the environment. He pointed out the important role that the FullCycle Energy Fund is playing towards providing the society with cheap and renewable sources. Sam believes that the company will only be able to achieve its goal if he cooperates with other senior leaders at the firm.
The shift from expensive and environmentally unfriendly sources to cheap and clean sources has been inhibited in the past. Inadequate funding has caused this challenge. FullCycle hopes to change this situation by funding promising projects. How good Tabar does his job will directly translate to the success of the company.
FullCycle Energy Fund was founded in 2013. The organization aims to bring cheap and clean energy to the society through funding new projects. These clean energy sources are critical for powering the growing communities around the world because of their low carbon footprint.
Sam Tabar has a long history in overseeing budget strategies. His first experience with budgets was when he joined Merrill Lynch (Bank of America) to serve as the head of capital strategy. In his position, Tabar had to work closely with the bank’s fund managers and its institutional clients. Through his initiatives, the bank has succeeded in its growth objectives. Sam Tabar has also worked as the co-head of marketing at Sparx Group. At this largest independent fund in Asia Pacific, he was charged with the duty of managing the institution’s global marketing efforts.
Tabar is a renowned entrepreneur, with tons of credits to his name on LinkedIn. He has invested his money in Tribute and SheThinx. The latter is engaged in supplying sanitary towels to women in Africa. Tabar is a professionally trained lawyer. He holds a Masters of Law degree from the esteemed Columbia Law School. Before joining the financial world, he worked for Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom, which is a successful law firm.