Sam Tabar is now writing for the Huffington Post, as a financial contributor. Sam will take on topics ranging from personal finance, to hedge funds, and what the average investor can do to help their money grow. Drawing on a lifetime of legal, and financial experience, Sam will help provide expert insight into a field that continues to confound many.
Investment expert Sam Tabar has officially moved on up in the financial industry, by way of gaining new positions on the job.
Tabar, who is already the current chief operating officer of FullCycle Energy Fund, has also been awarded with the honor of being named the new chief financial officer of Awearable Apparel. Both of these developments mark another note on the impressive resume of this particular New York based strategist.
With the new role in mind, Sam Tabar could already be considered of the more up and coming leaders of the new generation, and his previous background and work only give more way to that idea. This makes sense, given that CrunchBase lists that Tabar earned his education from Oxford but earned another degree from the Columbia Law School and used what he learned from both high-ranking schools to make a name for himself in the years afterward.
Even after his collegiate and post-graduate career, Sam Tabar was ensuring that he was someone to take note of, when he was working as a legal counsel for a law firm as well as a capital strategist for an investment firm, such as being an associate for Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher and Flom LLP. Here, he counseled clients on how to form and manage their own hedge funds, as well as any regulatory issues that were related to hedge funds to each of his many clients.
By 2004, Sam Tabar had decided to move on from being an associate at Skadden, despite his prowess at the position, and sought out a position as a financial strategist at PMA Investment Advisers. While there, Tabar was tasked with managing all aspects of a $2 billion hedge fund and did so by first developing his own marketing plan that would let his fund be ranked among the best in the business. As a result he ended up producing a list of well over 2,000 different potential investors and then set up a rolodex that included another 400 people who he thought would be intriguing and worthy enough to start investing in the fund. Contact Sam on Thumbtack, for questions about his services.