New York based attorney and capital strategist, Sam Tabar, is well educated and experienced in his field. He graduated from Oxford University with honors to go on to Columbia Law School. With experience in hedge funds, management, investments, and law Sam Tabar is an individual who can do it all.
Shortly after graduating with his law degree Tabar joined Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meaghert and Flom LLP as an associate in 2001. Under the Skadden banner he worked the full spectrum of financial law and many other issues.
In 2004 Tabar left Skadden for a career in high finance, which LinkedIn shows he found at PMA Investment Advisors, a unit of Sparx Group Co. He entered the company as counsel and was promoted to Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development. During his time there, Tabar managed global marketing and investor relations, designed and executed marketing plans, and introduced investors.
By 2011 Tabar had made his mark on PMA and was ready to move on to be the Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia – Pacific region of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He managed to counsel hedge funds, introduce investors, and assist the capital allocations cycle of fund managers and investors before he left the company in 2012 to be the Director of Adanac LLC, BVI. There he invested in different properties and American start-ups including Thinx, a kickstarter company that gives back to women in Africa for every purchase made. This also inspired him to create his own fund for African charities.
Sam Tabar went back to work in the legal sphere in 2013 as a Senior Associate at Schulte Roth & Zabel, LLP. While there he catered to hedge funds but has since left the company in March of 2014.
Tabar is a well-rounded individual from New York who cares about society and has many skills to offer the world, and spends a lot of his free time on Instagram. He speaks two languages fluently, is a great financial hedge fund consultant, and knows the law. His About.me account has further information about his career and accomplishments.